doctors without residency, unable to obtain a medical license, who have a disability, have been out of practice, or are facing another professional challenge.
Doctors who haven’t completed a residency can still use the skills learned in medical school to have rewarding careers in various areas of healthcare.
Physicians unable to obtian a state medical license or who have had their license restricted or revoked still have opportunties that utilize their past experience.
A disability doesn’t mean an inability to put your medical degree to use.
Perhaps you’ve had a lapse in medical practice to raise a family, take care of a loved one, heal yourself, or try something new. You can still go back to medicine, whether it’s in a clinical capacity or a nonclinical role.
Whatever your situation, there are options for you. And your medical training won’t go to waste.
Here’s how Look for Zebras can help:
This iste has an extensive archive of blog posts on all sorts of topics related to cultivating a satisfying career in and out of medicine – no matter what your personal situation is. See below for articles of particular interest to physicians facing atypical situations and challenges.
Every challenge is an opportunity.