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1 Career Planning in Emergency Medicine

2 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine ObjectivesObjectives u Entering the job market u Tips for an effective search u The interview and follow-up u How to evaluate a position (and offer) u Successful negotiations u Strategies for rewarding careers in EM u Entering the job market u Tips for an effective search u The interview and follow-up u How to evaluate a position (and offer) u Successful negotiations u Strategies for rewarding careers in EM

3 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Finding a position in EM u Realistic appraisal of your abilities u Discuss with family, friends, mentors u Research various possibilities u Consider more than one option u Gather information and verify it u Look to trusted advisors u Take into account personal needs, interests & talents u Realistic appraisal of your abilities u Discuss with family, friends, mentors u Research various possibilities u Consider more than one option u Gather information and verify it u Look to trusted advisors u Take into account personal needs, interests & talents

4 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine DEFINE: Personal/Family/Professional Goals u Most doctors choose to practice close to home, or within 100 miles of their training program u Many leave original practice within 2 years due to unmet expectations u Where you want to live and raise your family will ultimately determine where you stay long-term (Recruit the spouse and you will recruit the doctor.-- Recruiter Colloquialism)

5 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine DEFINE: Personal/Family/Professional Goals u Key – practice where you want to live u How much money do I need to make to meet my needs? u What will fulfill my professional needs? * What type of practice? *Is there a documented need for my services? *How many patients a day am I comfortable seeing?

6 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Stages of the job search u Stage I - Preparation *type of position *type of employer *geographic location u Stage II - Investigation *look for possibilities *make contact *interview and tour ED u Stage III - Decision * negotiations may help u Stage I - Preparation *type of position *type of employer *geographic location u Stage II - Investigation *look for possibilities *make contact *interview and tour ED u Stage III - Decision * negotiations may help

7 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Career vs. Job u Distinction *Career: defines an individual *Job: pays the bills u Time frame *immediate*short-term*long-term u Distinction *Career: defines an individual *Job: pays the bills u Time frame *immediate*short-term*long-term

8 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Where do I see myself... u in the next year u in the next 5 years u in the next years u Geographic region u Emergency setting u Hospital environment u Community u in the next year u in the next 5 years u in the next years u Geographic region u Emergency setting u Hospital environment u Community

9 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine First year out... u Learn a new system u Introduction to staff and consultants u Establish a reputation u Get to know the community u Study for boards u Learn a new system u Introduction to staff and consultants u Establish a reputation u Get to know the community u Study for boards

10 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 5 years out... u Career re-evaluation u Money somewhat less of a concern *school debts often repaid *growth in savings *partnership *vested in pension u Thoughts of retirement... u Career re-evaluation u Money somewhat less of a concern *school debts often repaid *growth in savings *partnership *vested in pension u Thoughts of retirement...

11 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine years out... u Make or break time u Serious travel or time away u Rekindle your passion for EM u Thoughts of career re-direction *urgent care *occupational health *administration u Make or break time u Serious travel or time away u Rekindle your passion for EM u Thoughts of career re-direction *urgent care *occupational health *administration

12 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine What makes me happy? u Patient care u Teaching u Supervising u Research u Administration u Learning u Patient care u Teaching u Supervising u Research u Administration u Learning

13 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine What is important to me? u Power u Fame and notoriety u Personal time u Fancy vacations u Material goods u Money u Power u Fame and notoriety u Personal time u Fancy vacations u Material goods u Money

14 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine What is really important? u Family and friends u Career satisfaction u Security *position *position *financial *financial u Respect u Wellness u Family and friends u Career satisfaction u Security *position *position *financial *financial u Respect u Wellness

15 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine What do I enjoy when I am at work? u Nice patients u Supportive staff u Functional facilities u Challenging cases u Teaching u Camaraderie u Nice patients u Supportive staff u Functional facilities u Challenging cases u Teaching u Camaraderie

16 Society for Academic Emergency MedicineAutonomyAutonomy Physician autonomy is possible despite the advent of practice guidelines, managed care, and government agencies (although more difficult). u Test ordering u Decision-making u Best practices Physician autonomy is possible despite the advent of practice guidelines, managed care, and government agencies (although more difficult). u Test ordering u Decision-making u Best practices

17 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine What would I like to avoid? u Unmanageable patient volume u Delays affecting patient care u Difficulty getting patients admitted u Hassles with consultants u Non-supportive environment u Administrative headaches u Frustrations with ED/hospital design u Unmanageable patient volume u Delays affecting patient care u Difficulty getting patients admitted u Hassles with consultants u Non-supportive environment u Administrative headaches u Frustrations with ED/hospital design

18 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Beyond graduation u Fellowships u Chief residency u Additional residency training u Positions *clinical *clinical *academic *academic * hybrid * hybrid u Travel u Fellowships u Chief residency u Additional residency training u Positions *clinical *clinical *academic *academic * hybrid * hybrid u Travel

19 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Clinical setting u Rural u Suburban u Urban u County u Academic medical center u VA u Military u Rural u Suburban u Urban u County u Academic medical center u VA u Military

20 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Learning the market u AHA Guide to the Health Care Field u PDs & faculty (yours and theirs) u Recruiters (companies or ED groups) u Internet u Hospital operators u Family or friends u Phone book u EDs u AHA Guide to the Health Care Field u PDs & faculty (yours and theirs) u Recruiters (companies or ED groups) u Internet u Hospital operators u Family or friends u Phone book u EDs

21 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Effective searching u Be focused u Be assertive u Be creative u Start early u Dont take NO for an answer, it may become YES later u Be focused u Be assertive u Be creative u Start early u Dont take NO for an answer, it may become YES later

22 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Job search vs NRMP u Search ends once candidate accepts *time and money *time and money *mutual decision *mutual decision u May be offered position at end of the interview, or within a short time u Make sure your PDs and references are available and know when, where, and why you are interviewing u Search ends once candidate accepts *time and money *time and money *mutual decision *mutual decision u May be offered position at end of the interview, or within a short time u Make sure your PDs and references are available and know when, where, and why you are interviewing

23 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Foot in the door u Telephone contact *not Monday AM or Friday PM *not Monday AM or Friday PM *find out when someone will be available *find out when someone will be available u Personal communication u Someone who knows the right person u Right place at the right time *introduce yourself at a meeting *introduce yourself at a meeting *stop by the ED *stop by the ED u Telephone contact *not Monday AM or Friday PM *not Monday AM or Friday PM *find out when someone will be available *find out when someone will be available u Personal communication u Someone who knows the right person u Right place at the right time *introduce yourself at a meeting *introduce yourself at a meeting *stop by the ED *stop by the ED

24 Society for Academic Emergency MedicinePreparationPreparation u Find out what is going on *hospital and ED *hospital and ED *leadership *leadership *research *research *community *community u Why is the position open? How long? u Most recent hire? Departure? Why? u Turnover rate? u Find out what is going on *hospital and ED *hospital and ED *leadership *leadership *research *research *community *community u Why is the position open? How long? u Most recent hire? Departure? Why? u Turnover rate?

25 Society for Academic Emergency MedicineResourcesResources Faculty interests u EM textbooks u Medline / Pubmed u Internet home pages u Residency websites u Conference faculty u Your programs faculty may know... Faculty interests u EM textbooks u Medline / Pubmed u Internet home pages u Residency websites u Conference faculty u Your programs faculty may know... Job opportunities u Journals/newsletters u Job catalogs u Postings (meetings, internet, bulletins) u Local program directors & residents u Word of mouth u Recruiters Job opportunities u Journals/newsletters u Job catalogs u Postings (meetings, internet, bulletins) u Local program directors & residents u Word of mouth u Recruiters

26 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Professional recruiters u Use judgment before giving out CVs u Many have excellent skills / reputations u Firms vs. recruiters for contract group *who do they represent? *who do they represent? *for whom do they work? answer to? *for whom do they work? answer to? *how do they get paid? when? by whom? *how do they get paid? when? by whom? u Weigh benefits vs. downsides u Not for everyone u Use judgment before giving out CVs u Many have excellent skills / reputations u Firms vs. recruiters for contract group *who do they represent? *who do they represent? *for whom do they work? answer to? *for whom do they work? answer to? *how do they get paid? when? by whom? *how do they get paid? when? by whom? u Weigh benefits vs. downsides u Not for everyone

27 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Questions for recruiters u Years experience in EM? Exclusive? u Background? Previous employment? u Knowledge of EM? Geographic region? u Percentage of academic placements? u Willing to give reference(s)? u Success rate? Other data? u Financial arrangement? u Why them? u Years experience in EM? Exclusive? u Background? Previous employment? u Knowledge of EM? Geographic region? u Percentage of academic placements? u Willing to give reference(s)? u Success rate? Other data? u Financial arrangement? u Why them?

28 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine CV & Cover letter u Equally important with different roles u Curriculum vitae lists professional accomplishments, abilities, interests, and activities u Cover letter is a personalized attempt at convincing someone to offer you an interview u Both include name/address/phone u Equally important with different roles u Curriculum vitae lists professional accomplishments, abilities, interests, and activities u Cover letter is a personalized attempt at convincing someone to offer you an interview u Both include name/address/phone

29 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Curriculum vitae u Make it look like it wants to be read *professional style *professional style *use white space appropriately *use white space appropriately *good texture *good texture *easily read *easily read u It should copy well u Descending chronological order u Include special skills, esp. language u Make it look like it wants to be read *professional style *professional style *use white space appropriately *use white space appropriately *good texture *good texture *easily read *easily read u It should copy well u Descending chronological order u Include special skills, esp. language

30 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Important information u Include professional degree u Reliable phone number u Current contact address u address u Do not use pager, ED, or secretary #s u Keep contact information simple! u Include professional degree u Reliable phone number u Current contact address u address u Do not use pager, ED, or secretary #s u Keep contact information simple!

31 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine CV dos & donts DO u Emphasize your accomplishments and special skills u Include your name on every page u Keep it simple and legible u Number each page DO u Emphasize your accomplishments and special skills u Include your name on every page u Keep it simple and legible u Number each page DONT u Include irrelevant information u Use dark paper that doesnt copy well u Make grammatical or spelling errors u Inflate your accomplishments DONT u Include irrelevant information u Use dark paper that doesnt copy well u Make grammatical or spelling errors u Inflate your accomplishments

32 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Cover letter u Personalize - address it to someone u Send with your CV u Check spelling (esp. names) u Give a reason why you should be invited for an interview u Include personal information that doesnt go on your CV u Personalize - address it to someone u Send with your CV u Check spelling (esp. names) u Give a reason why you should be invited for an interview u Include personal information that doesnt go on your CV

33 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine InterviewInterview u Dress professionally u Let them interview you u Interview them u Learn about the position, hospital, and community u Meet as many people as possible Find out as much as you can about as much as you can. u Dress professionally u Let them interview you u Interview them u Learn about the position, hospital, and community u Meet as many people as possible Find out as much as you can about as much as you can.

34 Society for Academic Emergency MedicineInterviewsInterviews u Dont waste their time or your own u Practice at your residency program u Be prepared *to present a case *to present a case *to give a lecture *to give a lecture *to share your CV / articles *to share your CV / articles *to discuss your (and their) research *to discuss your (and their) research u Dont waste their time or your own u Practice at your residency program u Be prepared *to present a case *to present a case *to give a lecture *to give a lecture *to share your CV / articles *to share your CV / articles *to discuss your (and their) research *to discuss your (and their) research

35 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Bring to interview u Map with directions u Change for parking u Copies of CV and writing sample u Interview itinerary u Names of faculty and administrators u List of interview questions u Pen, paper, business cards, folder u Toothbrush and mscll. health care u Map with directions u Change for parking u Copies of CV and writing sample u Interview itinerary u Names of faculty and administrators u List of interview questions u Pen, paper, business cards, folder u Toothbrush and mscll. health care

36 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Interview questions u Which questions? u Address questions to the right people u Ask same question to different people u Clarify answers to questions from earlier in the interview process Ask a question when asked if you have one (even if you dont have any). u Which questions? u Address questions to the right people u Ask same question to different people u Clarify answers to questions from earlier in the interview process Ask a question when asked if you have one (even if you dont have any).

37 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Their questions u Tell me about yourself? u What are your strengths? Weaknesses? u Tell me about a mistake you made and how you handled it? What did you learn? u What do you see yourself doing in... ? u How/what/when will you contribute to our ED? u Why should I hire you? u Tell me about yourself? u What are your strengths? Weaknesses? u Tell me about a mistake you made and how you handled it? What did you learn? u What do you see yourself doing in... ? u How/what/when will you contribute to our ED? u Why should I hire you?

38 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Your questions u Why is this position open? u When was the last new physician hired? u How stable is the nursing staff? Hospital? Physician group? u May I speak with the most recent hire? Physician who most recently left? u Credentials of MDs? Nurses? u How can I make myself more competitive? u Why is this position open? u When was the last new physician hired? u How stable is the nursing staff? Hospital? Physician group? u May I speak with the most recent hire? Physician who most recently left? u Credentials of MDs? Nurses? u How can I make myself more competitive?

39 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Other questions u Anticipated changes in the ED *staffing (MD, RN, mid-level providers) *census (ED, hospital, community) *facility (expansion, observation unit, other) u Progressiveness and creative planning u Responsiveness of hospital administrators to the needs of the ED u Anticipated changes in the ED *staffing (MD, RN, mid-level providers) *census (ED, hospital, community) *facility (expansion, observation unit, other) u Progressiveness and creative planning u Responsiveness of hospital administrators to the needs of the ED

40 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Wish list u Nice practice environment u Stable hospital / growing ED census u Good community (growing) u Democratic group u Similar colleagues (family) u Opportunity for social/family happiness u Fairness with respect to schedule, compensation, and future potential u Nice practice environment u Stable hospital / growing ED census u Good community (growing) u Democratic group u Similar colleagues (family) u Opportunity for social/family happiness u Fairness with respect to schedule, compensation, and future potential

41 Society for Academic Emergency MedicineChiefChief u Leadership u Innovation u Creativity u Respect (within group? hospital?) u Business sense/plan u Fairness u Leadership u Innovation u Creativity u Respect (within group? hospital?) u Business sense/plan u Fairness

42 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Democratic group u Competitive salary with reasonable administrative overhead u Open books u Equitable schedule with flexibility u Evenly distributed workload u Shared opportunity for advancement *professional *professional *partnership (non-financial) *partnership (non-financial) *financial parity *financial parity u Competitive salary with reasonable administrative overhead u Open books u Equitable schedule with flexibility u Evenly distributed workload u Shared opportunity for advancement *professional *professional *partnership (non-financial) *partnership (non-financial) *financial parity *financial parity

43 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Emergency department tour u Age u Layout and design u Size and space u Telephones u Computer access u Waiting room condition u Plans to remodel u Age u Layout and design u Size and space u Telephones u Computer access u Waiting room condition u Plans to remodel

44 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Make sure you... u meet as many physicians as possible u speak to nurses and paramedics u talk with consultants about the ED u meet administrators, if possible u talk to benefits office(r) u show an interest in the rest of the hospital and the community u make an effort with (quick) good-byes u meet as many physicians as possible u speak to nurses and paramedics u talk with consultants about the ED u meet administrators, if possible u talk to benefits office(r) u show an interest in the rest of the hospital and the community u make an effort with (quick) good-byes

45 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Interview follow-up u Thank you *personalize (name and experience) *personalize (name and experience) *telephone, , US mail *telephone, , US mail *additional chance to express interest *additional chance to express interest u Dont skimp *anyone helpful or made time for you *anyone helpful or made time for you u Timely manner *even if you arent interested in the position or they did not seem interested in you *even if you arent interested in the position or they did not seem interested in you u Thank you *personalize (name and experience) *personalize (name and experience) *telephone, , US mail *telephone, , US mail *additional chance to express interest *additional chance to express interest u Dont skimp *anyone helpful or made time for you *anyone helpful or made time for you u Timely manner *even if you arent interested in the position or they did not seem interested in you *even if you arent interested in the position or they did not seem interested in you

46 Society for Academic Emergency MedicineContractsContracts u Professional review u Reference manuals may help, but its like reading a foreign language u Read, understand, and amend what is important to you u Not everything can be changed u Employee manual is contract u Professional review u Reference manuals may help, but its like reading a foreign language u Read, understand, and amend what is important to you u Not everything can be changed u Employee manual is contract

47 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Concerns with contracts u Termination clause u Restrictive covenants u Malpractice coverage *who provides? *who provides? *type of coverage (claims-made or occurrences)? *type of coverage (claims-made or occurrences)? *tail (who pays?) *tail (who pays?) u Termination clause u Restrictive covenants u Malpractice coverage *who provides? *who provides? *type of coverage (claims-made or occurrences)? *type of coverage (claims-made or occurrences)? *tail (who pays?) *tail (who pays?)

48 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Employee vs. Independent contractor u Benefits u Financial (tax) implications u Recent pressure from IRS to redefine EM relationships as employee/employer rather than IC u Security ?????? u Benefits u Financial (tax) implications u Recent pressure from IRS to redefine EM relationships as employee/employer rather than IC u Security ??????

49 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine NegotiationsNegotiations u Be prepared (find out what is negotiable before you begin negotiating) u Understand what the other side needs u Practice negotiations - getting to yes u Keep your ego out of the deal u Be creative u Consider factors (skills, demand, need) u Be prepared (find out what is negotiable before you begin negotiating) u Understand what the other side needs u Practice negotiations - getting to yes u Keep your ego out of the deal u Be creative u Consider factors (skills, demand, need)

50 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Negotiations (cont.) u Look to the future u Consider the risk vs. benefit ratio *ending up with nothing *ending up with nothing *getting what you want in the present *getting what you want in the present *people remember frustrations *people remember frustrations *negotiate for a promising future *negotiate for a promising future u Dont resent how negotiations turn out u Look to the future u Consider the risk vs. benefit ratio *ending up with nothing *ending up with nothing *getting what you want in the present *getting what you want in the present *people remember frustrations *people remember frustrations *negotiate for a promising future *negotiate for a promising future u Dont resent how negotiations turn out

51 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine TimeTime u Clinical duties most important *arrive early *arrive early *work hard *work hard *finish your work *finish your work *be pleasant to staff, patients & families *be pleasant to staff, patients & families *no distractions! *no distractions! u Make yourself available for switching shifts (or extra duties if needed) u Study for boards u Clinical duties most important *arrive early *arrive early *work hard *work hard *finish your work *finish your work *be pleasant to staff, patients & families *be pleasant to staff, patients & families *no distractions! *no distractions! u Make yourself available for switching shifts (or extra duties if needed) u Study for boards

52 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Time (cont.) u Exercise u Sleep is a priority u Take classes u Develop hobbies u Personal growth u Commit to family and friends u Exercise u Sleep is a priority u Take classes u Develop hobbies u Personal growth u Commit to family and friends

53 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Medical licenses u Start early u Consider expense u Photos u Fingerprints u Diploma (translation) u Coursework u Start early u Consider expense u Photos u Fingerprints u Diploma (translation) u Coursework

54 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Things to avoid u Practice shifts u Arguing with nurses or consulting staff u Lack of interview preparation u Not ready for first shift (get a tour first) You will be expected to provide expert care and compassion beginning with your first patient on your first shift! u Practice shifts u Arguing with nurses or consulting staff u Lack of interview preparation u Not ready for first shift (get a tour first) You will be expected to provide expert care and compassion beginning with your first patient on your first shift!

55 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Fear of leaving home u Comfort with whats familiar u No need to relocate u Know what youre getting u Already have reputation within hospital No one would take advantage of me here... u Comfort with whats familiar u No need to relocate u Know what youre getting u Already have reputation within hospital No one would take advantage of me here...

56 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Moonlighting vs. Staff Advantages u check out various opportunities u no commitment u schedule flexibility u determine which ED is best fit Advantages u check out various opportunities u no commitment u schedule flexibility u determine which ED is best fit Disadvantages u why not hired? u clinical error or staff/patient complaint u not considered a member of the team u someone else hired instead u staffing needs change Disadvantages u why not hired? u clinical error or staff/patient complaint u not considered a member of the team u someone else hired instead u staffing needs change

57 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Buying a house u Complicated process u Emotional experience u May be prohibitively expensive u Get to know the area first u Make sure you like the position u Make sure the position is stable u Complicated process u Emotional experience u May be prohibitively expensive u Get to know the area first u Make sure you like the position u Make sure the position is stable

58 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine What can I do now? u Improve your clinical skills u Finish research project and manuscripts u Develop administrative skills u Learn coding, billing, documentation u Practice dictation u Improve language or computer skills u Read about hot political issues u Discuss your interests with faculty u Improve your clinical skills u Finish research project and manuscripts u Develop administrative skills u Learn coding, billing, documentation u Practice dictation u Improve language or computer skills u Read about hot political issues u Discuss your interests with faculty

59 Society for Academic Emergency MedicineMentorshipMentorship u Important throughout career u Personal and professional u Opportunities *research *research *academic *academic *career advice *career advice u Consider more than one mentor u Mutual benefit u Important throughout career u Personal and professional u Opportunities *research *research *academic *academic *career advice *career advice u Consider more than one mentor u Mutual benefit

60 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Life after residency u Enjoy the opportunity to provide care u Share your happiness u Give back to your program u Celebrate your hard work Know when (and how) to take care of yourself! u Enjoy the opportunity to provide care u Share your happiness u Give back to your program u Celebrate your hard work Know when (and how) to take care of yourself!

61 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Faculty development u EMF Teaching Fellowship u Navigating the Academic Waters u Research: design, statistics, grants, etc. u Leadership u Patient satisfaction u Time management u Physician wellness u EMF Teaching Fellowship u Navigating the Academic Waters u Research: design, statistics, grants, etc. u Leadership u Patient satisfaction u Time management u Physician wellness

62 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Avoiding physician burnout u Identify stressors u Learn to deal with them constructively u Dont internalize u Dont rely solely on family for support u Listen to those who have concerns u Seek professional help u Know when enough is enough u Identify stressors u Learn to deal with them constructively u Dont internalize u Dont rely solely on family for support u Listen to those who have concerns u Seek professional help u Know when enough is enough

63 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 6 Cs of graduation u Confidence u Collaboration u Collegiality u Committees u Compassion u Community u Confidence u Collaboration u Collegiality u Committees u Compassion u Community

64 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 7 Habits of highly successful physicians 1. Recognize your limitations (learn from your mistakes) (learn from your mistakes) 2. Dont speak ill of colleagues/staff 3. Make yourself indispensable 4. Lead by example 5. Project a positive attitude 6. A good team player is a good listener 7. Dont conserve kindness 1. Recognize your limitations (learn from your mistakes) (learn from your mistakes) 2. Dont speak ill of colleagues/staff 3. Make yourself indispensable 4. Lead by example 5. Project a positive attitude 6. A good team player is a good listener 7. Dont conserve kindness

65 In the long run, outstanding interpersonal skills are desired over clinical expertise.

66 Remember, you only have one chance to make a first impression. Good Luck!

67 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Author Credit-Career Planning: Gus Garmel MD QUESTIONS?

68 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Postresidency Tools of the Trade CD 1) Career Planning – Garmel 2) Careers in Academic EM – Sokolove 3) Private Practice Career Options - Holliman 4) Fellowship/EM Organizations – Coates/Cheng 5) CV – Garmel 6) Interviewing – Garmel 7) Contracts for Emergency Physicians – Franks 8) Salary & Benefits – Hevia 9) Malpractice – Derse/Cheng 10) Clinical Teaching in the ED – Wald 11) Teaching Tips – Ankel 12) Mentoring - Ramundo 13) Negotiation – Ramundo 14) ABEM Certifications – Cheng 15) Patient Satisfaction – Cheng 16) Billing, Coding & Documenting – Cheng/Hall 17) Financial Planning – Hevia 18) Time Management – Promes 19) Balancing Work & Family – Promes & Datner 20) Physician Wellness & Burnout – Conrad /Wadman 21) Professionalism – Fredrick 22) Cases for professionalism & ethics – SAEM 23) Medical Directorship – Proctor 24) Academic Career Guide Chapter 1-8 – Nottingham 25) Academic career Guide Chapter 9-16 – Noeller


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