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Look for Zebras

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Name:
Look for Zebras
Category:
Making Money
Tags:
career, salary, medicine, side hustle, solopreneurship, consulting, physicians, work-life balance
Start Year:
2017

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Location:
Bessemer, Alabama, United States
Age:
30s
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Unspecified
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Unspecified
Profession:
Physician (Doctor)
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Latest Blog Posts

We’ve spent the past 20 weeks blogging about nonclinical job opportunities for physicians. Getting started down this road can be overwhelming. Many doctors feel they aren’t equipped for nonclinical roles. Here are three pieces of advice to help you navigate the nonclinical physician jobs space and set yourself up for success. This post originated from Look for Zebras. Thanks for reading and subscribing! ...
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Health start-ups with a focus on technology often provide an opportunity to tackle some of the problems facing the entire industry with innovative solutions. As a result, startup and biotech jobs for physicians are increasing in number. This post originated from Look for Zebras. Thanks for reading and subscribing! ...
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Physicians working in health innovation are often responsible for ensuring that health institutions are on the forefront of health advances and technologies, which currently involves the application of digital health measures to improve patient health outcomes and provider work environments. This post originated from Look for Zebras. Thanks for reading and subscribing! ...
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Physicians can hold positions working for medical device companies by working in development and safety, traveling to provide training and education, and in marketing and sales of the devices to fellow health professionals. This post originated from Look for Zebras. Thanks for reading and subscribing! ...
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Physicians with an interest in serving as a type of public safety officer, protecting the public from drugs that could be potentially harmful, may find a career in pharmacovigilance very satisfying. This post originated from Look for Zebras. Thanks for reading and subscribing! ...
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Physicians or medical professionals in clinical trial and drug development often work in conjunction with a host of other professionals including PhD researchers, marketers, chemists, pharmacists, and others to ensure that drugs in clinical trials that will soon come to market are safe and efficacious. This post originated from Look for Zebras. Thanks for reading and subscribing! ...
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Physicians who have worked in academic research, written clinical guidelines, or worked in quality improvement at their institutions may enjoy working in scientific and regulatory writing conveying safety, regulatory, and clinical summary information. This post originated from Look for Zebras. Thanks for reading and subscribing! ...
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Medical communications can be a rewarding career for healthcare providers who are natural born communicators seeking a way to combine a love of medical science with a gift for writing and consulting. This post originated from Look for Zebras. Thanks for reading and subscribing! ...
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If you feel that a traditional job in medicine doesn't feed you need for creativity, a medical illustrator career or other job within the medical arts may be a great fit. This post originated from Look for Zebras. Thanks for reading and subscribing! ...
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Medical journalism careers involve communicating health information and news to the general public, and can include a variety of industries. This post originated from Look for Zebras. Thanks for reading and subscribing! ...
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