The best trade and scholarly journals for physician leadership, non-clinical careers, industry jobs, and executive positions
Reading trade publications and scholarly journals can help prepare for a physician leadership position or any nonclinical career. Here are 8 of the most broadly relevant to physicians in transition.
Telecommuting isn’t just nonclinical work for burned-out. These remote jobs for doctors require clinical skills and medical knowledge.
There are many career options within clinical settings that are a good fit for medical graduates without residency. Here are some high paying options.
There have been a lot of headlines that appear to link burnout with doctors quitting medicine, and as a result, an exacerbation of the looming doctor shortage in the US. However, I am skeptical about whether this is truly taking place.
Transitioning to a non-clinical medical career can be difficult if you don’t have any experience outside of clinical medicine. Here’s how joining a visiting scholar program can be helpful.
Physician recruiters are helpful if you are looking for a nonclinical physician job. Here are the different types of physician recruiters and the differences in how they work.
Getting a physician executive MBA is expensive. But not every payment needs to come straight from your pocket. Here are 6 strategies to help decrease the burden of executive MBA fees and tuition.
Having an MBA is an advantage especially if you are looking into applying for a higher-level administrative roles. Here are options and factors you’ll want to consider before you choose a physician executive MBA program.
20 things to do for your life and career in 2020 – ideas for doctors and healthcare professionals to reach their goals in the new year
It’s that time of the year again to start new and set goals for our professional and personal lives. Here are 20 things you can do to help develop and reach your goals as a physicians or clinician – both professionally and personally.
Here are 6 goals and self-improving activities to consider for the year ahead.
I sued a company that didn’t pay me for contract work, and I won! Here’s what happened. And here’s what to do when you’re in a “client refuses to pay contractor” situation.
Having a contract is important, especially if you are doing work as a 1099 worker. Here is a personal example of why. In this case, the client refused to pay me – the contractor.
Many physicians lack knowledge on the business side of their side hustles. To fill in the business gaps, here are free online courses related to several aspects of a side gig.
How to attract clients with SEO for medical practices, healthcare practices, and consulting businesses
SEO is your best friend in building a trustworthy and authoritative online presence. Here’s how SEO can help you find success with your medical practice.
It’s that time of the year again! Confused on what gift to give to your family and friends in the medical field? This article is for you.
This month’s The Watering Hole gives you insights on how you can achieve or sustain your dream life and pursue your passion.
Charitable giving is only one of the ways we can give back and help others who are in need. Here are five ways you can give altruistically – and only one of them involves donating money.