Of course, not every clinician is eager to recommend a career in health care. ... About 90% walked in knowing that they want a career in health somewhere.
QD: News Every Day--Primary care specialists least likely to choose career again, citing lifestyle. ... The least happy specialists who would choose their career specialty again were:. •
QD: News Every Day--Although heavily recruited, 1 in 4 med students want another career by graduation
QD: News Every Day--Although heavily recruited, 1 in 4 med students want another career by graduation.
Career counselor? Thoughts on becoming a doctor. This post by Steve Simmons, ACP Member, appeared at Better Health. ... I will continue to recruit our future colleagues and recommend medicine as a career choice.
QD: News Every Day--With 7 million patients facing a primary care shortfall, two-thirds of pre-med students mull specialty careers
QD: News Every Day--With 7 million patients facing a primary care shortfall, two-thirds of pre-med students mull specialty careers.
Now what? A new career begins. I gave my three-month notice about four months ago.
of young physicians who enter and enjoy primary care careers. ... change in your career direction.
If you're reading this and considering a career medicine, two other huge sacrifices should also be mentioned: debt and time. ... Choosing a career in medicine is not for the faint-hearted, but the above three things will always be there for you as a
Witness the lack of call coverage, the unwillingness of young physicians to be available, the early retirements, the desire for nonclinical careers in medicine and nursing.
The president of the newly merged Medical Group Management Association and American College of Medical Practice Executives describes her new role after only a few weeks on the job.