Physician Tips Tag

Interviewing for a job as a physician typically means several interviews where you and the hospital or HR department decide if you’re a good fit for the opportunity. However, once an offer is made, it’s time to get down to the nitty gritty – meaning getting...

When it comes to getting your morning off on the right foot, there’s a lot that can happen that will affect how you perform during the day. Making small adjustments to your morning routine can put your brain and body in a better place to help you...

If you’re a physician who’s been practicing for many years, you are probably frustrated by the digitization of medicine. You’re a clinician and that’s what you want to focus on, but you must understand some of the technology out there today to do your job...

While you definitely know your stuff from years of preparation, it’s no secret that new attending physicians have a lot of questions heading into their new roles. A new job can always be stressful, but it’s important to be confident, to remember your training, and to...

When choosing the best state in which to work as a physician, you should keep several factors in mind: pay scale, cost of living, benefits, rate of malpractice suits, geographic quality of life (i.e. crime rates, education, transportation, healthcare), and physician density. Take all these...

Maybe you’ve heard about the perks of working locum tenens after your residency or fellowship, and it sounds like a pretty good gig. After all, what’s not to like about extra income, flexibility, variety, travel, and work/life balance. But you don’t know…what you don’t know, right?...