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  1. Thanks everyone for the feedback. While the speciality sounds great I am worried about the lack of pto. Thanks again for all the input!
  2. Yea, apparently we are given flexibility with scheduling, but no PTO. I'm pretty hung up on that
  3. Hello, I would love some feedback on a contract that I was offered. A little bit about me, I have 3 years of experience in FM. In school did alot of inpatient medicine/critical care rotations. Have been interested in hospital medicine for quite some time, but not much opportunity in my area and have stuck around the area because I like it so much. A hospitalist position came up, which isnt too common around these parts and they offered me a job. Job is with a contracting service. Pay is $75/hr, 7on/7off, 2000 CME, malpractice w/ tail, good health and dental, reasonable 401K match. Swing s
  4. Hello, I would love some feedback on a contract that I was offered. A little bit about me, I have 3 years of experience in FM. In school did alot of inpatient medicine/critical care rotations. Have been interested in hospital medicine for quite some time, but not much opportunity in my area and have stuck around the area because I like it so much. A hospitalist position came up, which isnt too common around these parts and they offered me a job. Job is with a contracting service. Pay is $75/hr, 7on/7off, 2000 CME, malpractice w/ tail, good health and dental, reasonable 401K match. Swing s
  5. Sounds decent in regards to pay, schedule and vacation. 30-45 patients is a ton for a new grad to see though in 12 hours, especially if they get complicated or sick. Just a thought
  6. Good luck on your search, however I think it is against accreditation standards for students to be required to set up their own rotations though?
  7. Why is it that people don't want to go into primary care again?
  8. No thats just unsubstantiated. Plus no one is arguing that, they are talking about ability to provide safe and effective care, not necessarily knowing more. Some overlap yes, but definitely different. The ad Hominem attacks were "thats pretty delusional" "just please stop lol". Everything else you say is contrary, which is fine, but please provide some info for why you think what you do
  9. Oops maybe you got lost on the internet, this isn't SDN. I was actually enjoying this conversation. So please make sure what you say is substantive and not attacking. You made almost exclusively ad hominem attacks, and those that weren't, were not elaborated on. Maybe you could try again?
  10. I worked doing Nuc Med stress tests before school and all of our tests were run by PAs and NPs.
  11. Figure out financial aid stuff. Start looking at loan repayment options/programs. This stuff is generally not on your radar until well after it should have been. If you know what you are getting into (going into and coming out of school) your anxiety about all of this will be alot lower.
  12. You will be fine. I did and I got into school.
  13. I succumbed to the click-bait incendiary title, but I found myself agreeing with the article on pretty much all it's points.
  14. There is data that shows that females of reproductive age are safely managed over the phone and there is no benefit to seeing them in clinic for uncomplicated cystitis http://www.aafp.org/afp/2011/1001/p771.html (the link is a little screwy but the title is "Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute Uncomplicated Cystitis" at AAFP. " Self-Diagnosis and Diagnosis by TelephoneFor many patients, access to care can be difficult. Two recent studies have shown that some women who self-diagnose a UTI may be treated safely with telephone management. Women who have had acute uncomplicated cystitis previou
  15. I used adobe PDF reader and the comment/edit tool. You can write all over the slides and draw. Works for me
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