The 1980 version of the "Physician's Desk Reference" was published by Van Nostrand Reinhold, included 2,047 pages and weighed 1.7 pounds.
The days have grown shorter, the nights colder and the fantastic colors of the New Hampshire's fall foliage will soon give way to winter.
It seems like everyone wants to work with the Elliot Health System.
It's also hiring.
So if you're looking for an opportunity to take your career to new heights, take a look at these four reasons why Elliot Health System is filled with top physician talent:
Topics: physician careers
Sometimes it all comes down to fit. Other times it's all about geography. And then there's compensation, culture, community and career advancement opportunities to consider.
Yes, figuring out which physician job offer to accept can be daunting and difficult.
Many people focus on the financials, which is the most obvious consideration. But money isn't everything--especially when you're looking at launching or continuing a career that is likely to last decades.
Here's a look five of the most important factors to consider when determining whether a physician job offer is right for you:
As a physician, you belong to a well-respected, very important profession, one which allows you to be of service while performing work that is professionally challenging and personally fulfilling. And you may be happy right where you are.
On the other hand, you may long for a different scenario. Perhaps you no longer want to be part of a private practice or corporate practice and would like to work in different setting instead. If this sounds like you, the following discussion on how to make a successful physician career change to a community hospital may be of benefit to you.
If you're a physician assistant, there's really only one question you need answered: Where do you want to work.
The answer will probably depend on a variety of factors, and how much weight you put on each.
Pay, job prospects and career advancement opportunities typically top the list. But when you consider that physician assistants are in incredibly high demand these days, other factors seem to take on increased importance--community, cost of living and overall quality of life.
And when you add the tangible benefits of being a physician assistant with the intangible, it becomes clear that New Hampshire is a great place to be.
Here's a look at the top benefits of being a physician assistant in New Hampshire:
Topics: physician assistants
We live in a time where more information is available daily than we could possibly digest in our lives. For example, it has been said that a single edition of the Sunday New York Times contains more information than a person alive in the 1700's processed during his/her entire lifetime. That said, information is essential to our existence. If you're a physician, it is critical to your professional success.
Doctors must constantly update their knowledge to continually provide the most up-to-date, effective care and treatment. As well, being a physician subjects you to other challenges related to your profession such as practice management, negotiating malpractice insurance, even career burnout. The information available to you is limitless; your time, however, is not. Solution? We suggest online physician forums.
What types of physician forums are there?
There are, as you might imagine, numerous physician forums available online. The challenge is to determine how to make the most of them. Determining what interests you and what content you seek is the first step towards maximizing the utility of whatever forum(s) you choose to use.
The following lists just some of the online physician forums to which you can turn:
Topics: physician forums