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Scope creep is a term used to describe the tendency for a project’s requirements to increase throughout the duration of the project. This can be mitigated and prevented in physician consulting jobs.
They say when you hear hoof beats, look for horses.
But when it comes to your career in medicine, look for unique opportunities, look for jobs that meet your needs, look for fulfillment…
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Medical humanities journal options for your creative writing, scientific journals that accept narrative medicine pieces, and other ideas to get your literary work published.
I’ve had side gigs in medical writing, education, clinical work, consulting, and more. Here is how I found these opportunities and what I thought of them.
One of the toughest parts of getting started in consulting work is determining you fees. This article covers different fee structures and how to choose one. Don’t undervalue your expertise!
The best telemedicine companies for physicians are no longer offering a simple platform that allows you to video conference with a patient. Many telemedicine technologies are now using artificial intelligence (AI). Here are 8 examples, several of which are currently hiring doctors for telemed jobs.
Medical school and residency are filled with memorable experiences. Some are wonderful. Others are frustrating, upsetting, or awkward. I’d like to share three of my most embarrassing stories from medical school and residency.
Getting started as a medical expert witness can be challenging – especially when you have no experience as one. A website can assist with getting noticed. Here are examples of medical expert witness websites and highlights from each.
You don’t need a lawyer to review your employment contract. There are significant benefits to doing it yourself. This article explains why.