The Ultimate Guide to Finding the Right Job after Residency / Edition 1

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Overview

This is a one-of-a-kind single source compendium of employment advice for residents looking for their first job and physicians looking to make career changes. For the first time, important issues such as geographic considerations, partnerships, salaries, legalities, starting an effective job search, interviewing tips, contract negotiation, are all discussed in detail by someone who's been there and lived it.

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Editorial Reviews

Anesthesiology News
“I would recommend this inexpensive and highly valuable paperback [The Ultimate Guide to Finding the Right Job After Residency] to all graduating residents. The lists of Web sites alone are worth the price of the book.”
Anesthesiology
"The book is well organized, is an easy read, and does not have to be entirely digested in one session. It provides a wealth of essential resource materials, Web sites, data, and helpful examples throughout. The organization, economics, and demographics of medicine are in inevitably changing over time, and it is becoming painfully obvious how poorly our training prepares us to understand the implications of practice models, finances, and location on our professional lives. This short little book goes a long way in addressing these issues in remarkably simplistic, understandable terms. It is a useful read and reference for all anesthesia residents before the venture into what seems to be a confusing myriad of opportunity."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071461139
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/16/2005
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.36 (d)

Meet the Author

Koushik K. Shaw, MD is a Urologist in group specialty practice. He has won several awards and honorary fellowships for his teaching and medical expertise, and has coauthored and presented many research projects on surgical techniques and outcomes in urology.

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Table of Contents

1 Planning your career search 1
2 Who are you? : profiling the candidate 3
3 Where do you want to work? : finding the ideal practice 23
4 The curriculum vitae 37
5 Starting your search 47
6 Preparing for the interview 53
7 Understanding salary and compensation arrangements 63
8 Financial due diligence : investigating the practice 77
9 Negotiating a fair and proper contract 83
10 The credentialing process 103
11 An overview of solo practice setup 107
12 Basic practice finance 101 117
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