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Hi! I am a relatively new grad and have only been at my current Internal Med job for about 2 months and I am BORED senseless. I took the job as almost a stepping stone as I was a little unsure about what specialty I wanted to go into and figured IM was broad enough to let me choose after a year or so of experience. Its a rather prestigious hospital in NYC which may look good on a resume but on the inside the job is kind of a disaster. I am not provided with much training at all, my boss has terrible communication skills, and overall I am really really bored with internal medicine. I don't fee
Hello-- Looking to get an idea of what percentage/hourly rate of compensation to ask for. I will be working one day per week in a combined clinic and surgery cases. Currently have 3 years plastics experience including micro. Anyone have any suggestions about what to ask for in terms of reimbursement. This is also a practice that I would consider joining full-time in the future. Thanks!
Hi all, I am currently in the application process for the 2016-2017-application cycle and am waiting for my application to be verified. I have a below average GPA and GRE and am worried about my chances. I am thinking of applying to schools that do not require the GRE to help improve my chances. Any advice would be appreciated. Age: 26 Ethnicity: Native American Cumulative GPA: 3.30 Science GPA: 3.09 GRE: 148, 148, 4.5 writing Shadow Hours: 100 hours with multiple physicians and PA Letters of Reference: 2 supervisor MD's I work for, 1 professor, 1 voluntee
I'm doing my last rotation at a Family Medicine clinic I hope will hire me. I believe they are about to extend me an offer. My question: what did you ask for in terms of support at your first place of employment? Did you have a month of orientation where you saw patients with your SP? Did you slowly build up your panel of patients and consult your SP as needed? What was the timeline for you? Like a lot of clinics, this clinics' goal is a patient every 15 minutes (I will have my own panel). I know they won't expect this of me as a new grad, but I'm wondering what I should ask for, both