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.
A physician sabbatical can take the form of a rejuvenating retreat, formal program, or self-designed endeavor with a professional goal. This article provides several ideas and info to help you start thinking about plans for your own sabbatical.
A sabbatical for doctors can be an awesome way to rejuvenate your medical career, fend off burnout, and help you cultivate a fulfilling professional life. In this article, we dispel a couple sabbatical myths and give you the details needed to take one yourself.
Investing in biotech. life sciences, and health startups is an appealing alternative investment for physicians. This article covers a few avenues to get started, including syndicates through online portals, angel networks, and regulation CF funding.
‘Tis the gift-giving season. Have a healthcare professional in your life and wondering what to get them? Or you’re a physician yourself and your loved ones are asking what you want? I’ve got a slew of awesome ideas for you!
Here are five non-clinical, work-on-your-own-terms areas of medical writing where clinicians are more or less always in-demand. They are generally desirable positions and can be quite competitive. However, if you’ve got what it takes, you can land one of these roles just about any time you want.
Whether you’re just starting to think about trying telemed, recently got contacted by a recruiter, or are ready to make the switch from an office-based practice, there are a lot of factors to think about to ensure the work is a good fit and that you’re signing a solid contract. Here are seven important questions to ask yourself when considering a physician telemedicine job.
For most physicians, transitioning to management consulting is a big endeavor. A consulting position with a well-regarded firm (for example, McKinsey, BCG, or Bain) is not something you can just submit a quick application for and expect a job offer a few weeks later. If you’re serious about a career in consulting and want to make the most of your efforts, be intentional in your pursuit. Here are five steps to take to set yourself up for success.
Medical legal consulting for physicians is an exciting, mentally challenging, and rewarding opportunity that can be done “on the side” of a full-time position or, for some, as a sole source of income. It’s an excellent alternative line of work for experienced physicians who want to contribute their knowledge and skills toward helping people without practicing direct patient care. Moreover, the financial remuneration is high. Here are the best directories to help you find work.
Whatever your reason is for not completing a residency, don’t let it hold you back from using your medical degree to have a fulfilling, lucrative career. Here is a rundown of some great jobs for physicians without a residency.
There are so many alternative sources of income for doctors and medical professionals. It’s a great time to get started with a side hustle. Here are five reasons why, and how you can use them to your advantage.
You don’t need to be a dermatologist, plastic surgeon, or other procedure-heavy, narrowly focused specialist to enjoy a great income as a physician. There are a number of ways that family medicine physicians, internists, pediatricians, generalists, and doctors in traditionally “low-paying” specialties can earn a higher-than-average income.
Side jobs and non-employed part-time positions often require a physician independent contractor agreement to be signed. This article discusses the purpose of its components, how to effectively review it, and what to check for before signing.
‘Alternative investment’ is a broad term, though it generally refers to any number of investments that fall outside of traditional stocks and bonds. Alternative investments include investing in private companies (such as startups), peer to peer lending, real estate and real estate crowdfunding, investing in assets that have value (such as precious metals, hedge funds, and others.