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Question for you: How do you find your medical provider?
The most obvious of answers to this question is our dear
friend, Google. What was life like before this search engine giant? I
don't remember. I mean, seriously, who doesn't google twenty things
throughout the course of the day? The truth is, however, there ...
More dermatological procedures, such as biopsies and
excisions, are being done in primary care settings than ever before. With this
in mind I want to give everyone some food for thought as to how they can more
accurately read the pathology. As clinicians seeing patients, we have the
advantage of talking to a patient, seeing their rashes and ...
I'm not a doctor basher. In fact I'm actually quite the
Over the course of my career I have worked with some great
docs. They have been encouraging, helpful and generally treated me as a peer. During
my education I had physician preceptors and early in my career I had physician
mentors. In my practice I have consulted with ...
In continuing with the interview series, I had the opportunity to speak with Carolyn Pinkerton, AuD, about working with a major manufacturer, private practice, audiology students, and the profession itself.
Dr. Pinkerton is by title an Education and Training Audiologist for Starkey, joining the company in June 2012. She recently earned her ...
One of the most common questions I am asked by candidates is
whether they should be creating a CV or a resume. And then the second most
common question is ''What is the difference between a CV and a resume?''
The correct answer is really simple. If you are applying for
a clinical position you should be submitting a resume. ...
Dear Career Coach: I have been applying for jobs and I have
recently been on several interviews. I think (actually, I am pretty sure) that
I will be receiving an offer from one clinic. The job sounded good and I think
I would be happy there but I am not sure I want to accept the offer before I
know the results of my other interviews. I don't ...
So I go from working part-time as a nurse to not really working
and just doing clinicals. My preceptors were pretty good about working with us
regarding schedules, which was amazing because I have 2 kids and a crazy
husband. This was more beneficial than I EVER realized!
Now? I realize... Let's see... In my first three weeks, I've
Have you received a job offer but you just aren't sure you
are ready to accept? Maybe you feel a little rushed, maybe you didn't get all
your questions answered. This happens more often than you think.
I always tell job seekers that getting a job offer is a bit
like receiving a marriage proposal. It's very flattering to know that you ...
Dear Career Coach:
What can I do to get employers to notice my application? I would like to know
if there is anything you can recommend that will increase my chances of landing
an interview. Can you help?
Dear Job Seeker:
Obviously it is important that your resume show the employer that you possess
the right qualification and skills for the ...
Job seekers always ask me what they can do to make their
resumes stand out and get noticed. Today, I will put on my recruiter/employer
hat and offer you a few suggestions to make your resume more effective.
When I give your resume its first look there are basically 3
things that I need to see and see quickly.
education. I ...