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  1. when they hired me it was a " per diem" contract.. it was a weird situation. basically it does't say anything in my contract about given any notice at all so technically I could have just quit but I was trying to be more professional. I already know shes going to be asking about details I just don't know how to dodge them. To be honest she's a bit of a bully.
  2. Hello everyone, I have a small dilemma. After graduating I had a hard time getting a position due to COVID and started a very busy family practice clinic. initially it wasn't too bad but they loaded me up with 4+ pts and hour even though i was told i would start seeing 2-3 when i got hired and would have support of the doctor if I had any questions which has not been very true. I have been there for the past 6 months and recently got an amazing offer in pain management with an amazing doctor. I have put in my 2 weeks notice and talked with office manager about it however I know when I s
  3. Hello everyone, I am a new grad and was offered a job in Pm&r. I eventually would love to go into emergency medicine or hospitalist however all the positions I have applied require one or two years of experience. So my question is if I accept a job in pm&r how difficult is it in a few year to switch specialties? Would it be better in the long run to continue searching for a job in family or some other speciality? thanks for all your inputs!
  4. Thank you everyone for all your inputs! I ended up declining their offer as they were not going to negotiate on any part of the contract with me. I got another offer in primary care with a provider who really likes to train, is offering me the same salary, with 3 weeks PTO, 1500$ CME, and the rest of the benefits package!
  5. They said that in the past they paid malpractice but a few people left throughout the years so they changed it but she said they will cover everything. Training wise they said for a about 2 months they will train. I tried to negotiate on the salary and CME but they said that they were pretty firm and they would not be giving any night shift difference. Overall i got another offer in Primary care with the same salary plus 3 weeks PTO, 1500$ for CME, and he's willing to train me well so I'm most likely going to take that offer. Thank you so much for all your inputs!
  6. even though they said they will reimburse the malpractice? From what I was told ICU doesnt really get vacation time so I thought that was considered normal. Thank you so much for your input!
  7. Hello everyone, I am a new grad and have an offer in ICU which I am considering but slightly hesitant. The offer is 110,000 salary based, 7 on 7 off nights no vacation days but you can trade/give away to others working there. they will pay for all licensing, 1000 for CME, and I have to get my own malpractice insurance but they will reimburse after 6 months. Is this considered a good ofter? what else should I ask for?
  8. Hello everyone, I am a new grad and have an offer in ICU which I am considering but slightly hesitant. The offer is 110,000 salary based, 7 on 7 off nights no vacation days but you can trade/give away to others working there. they will pay for all licensing, 1000 for CME, and I have to get my own malpractice insurance but they will reimburse after 6 months. Is this considered a good ofter?
  9. Hey everyone! Just wanted to give my two cents on how I passed the pance on the first try. Prior to taking the test I read all the posts in regards to people who failed and in a way it freaked me out a lot. In my opinion the test was the most similar to the EOR and packrat and less like rosh. What helped me the most is that a month out I used pance prep, first aid USMLE, and Amboss to gather my information on each topic paying special attention to preventions and most/least likely questions. Then after completing a module i would do rosh questions and read the explanations and those bonus
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