Chart review jobs can often be done from home on a flexible schedule and tend to pay quite well. Here are 9 types of chart review jobs for physicians seeking a source of side income or who are transitioning to nonclinical work.
Nonclinical jobs are becoming popular. Landing one is becoming difficult. Here are some resume tips you can apply to stand out among other physician applicants applying for the same nonclinical job.
If you truly dislike clinical work, don’t force yourself to do it. Here are some points for you to justify your decision, as well as some other reasons it may be worth leaving clinical medicine.
The question of whether to continue working as a clinical physician after you transition to a nonclinical job largely depends on your personal goals. Here we discuss 7 reasons why you should continue clinical work.
If you want to pursue a nonclinical career, you can consider going for jobs based on the clinical skills and experience needed to excel in the job. Here are 5 categories of non-clinical physicians jobs that can help you narrow down your search.
Utilization review is a popular consideration for physicians looking for nonclinical work. I’ve worked in utilization review for close to 5 years. For doctors considering to pursue this position, here are 10 reasons why I love it
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.
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.