For most nonclinical careers that a physician might consider when leaving a high-stress corporate-style practice, one or more association or society exists that can provide valuable support.
In this week’s podcast episode, John describes the types of services these organizations provide, and how and when to use their services during the transition to a new job.
During the presentation, John also offers two simple handouts for listeners to download that compare the services of 21 popular organizations.
You will find links mentioned in the episode at nonclinicalphysicians.com/use-a-professional-organization/
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