There are lessons to learn from Theranos’ downfall: the problem with fake it till you make it, taking advice from thought leaders, and more.
Figuring out how to make extra money as a resident physician doesn’t need to be an added source of stress in your life. Here are some great clinical and nonclinical options.
We tend to spend a lot of our professional lives trading time for money. Make physician hourly wage a thing of the past with these six tips, which hold true whether you’re a full-time employee or self-employed, and whether you’re practicing clinical medicine or do nonclinical work.
Innovation in health and medicine is huge right now, and startups looking for doctors are not hard to find. Startups need full-time physicians, advisors, and consultants. Here are 6 ways to get involved.
These are the best job boards, recruiting companies, and other resources to find nonclinical MD jobs. Your fulfilling careeer starts now.
Whatever your stage of medical training or practice, federal government fellowship programs are worth looking into if you’re interested in a career in drug development and safety. Here are six federal government fellowship programs that are great options for doctors who want to break into pharma.
Here’s what’s going on in nonclinical physician employment trends, and how you can use these trends your advantage in your professional life.
Getting into drug safety – as well many pharma jobs – can be difficult without having prior experience in the pharmaceutical industry. But there are ways to gain relevant experience in drug safety without actually holding the title of Drug Safety Physician. Here’s how.
You may want to do some part-time physician consulting early on in your career. Or start a consulting side gig in an area that you’re not very well known. This is definitely possible – you just need to be proactive. Regardless of exactly what your hustle is, you can accelerate the process of getting your first clients as a part-time physician consultant.
It’s so easy to get into the grind and fall into the trap of “working for the weekend.” If this happens, the entire year can go by and all you’ll have to show for it is one year’s salary. One year’s salary for a physician is nothing to scoff at. But what if you could end the year with a lot more? Here’s how to get started on an ultra-effective, super-fulfilling professional life in the new year.