As early career clinicians, it's easy to feel like we 'only' know the clinical side of medicine. But there is so much more to learn. What's the deal with consulting? How do you do a peer-to-peer? What else was somehow left out of our training? Because being a successful clinician is more than knowing medicine.
A biomarker that can reliably diagnose and help manage concussion would be the holy grail of concussion research. A new assay has been granted FDA approval to aid in the evaluation of concussion in adults. But is it really a concussion blood test, and what else do you need to know to care TBI for patients?
There are many techniques that experienced clinicians keep in their toolbox when the chaos of medicine starts to seem overwhelming. Here on this episode of the Clinician1 Podcast, Robert Blumm, PA-C, shows us that the number one way to protect yourself from medical malpractice while providing good patient care is...
In the inaugural episode of the Clinician1 Podcast, Dave Mittman, PA will lay out the reasons behind clinicians leaving medicine - as well as why that is OK. He delivers actionable advice for transitioning out of clinical practice or into clinician entrepreneurship. You'll want to steal his idea to ...
Looking for a side-hustle but don't want to work more hours seeing patients? Looking to branch out and explore the other sides of medicine? Then you are in the right place! In this post, you'll find a unique perspective on how to turn some old ideas into new sources of revenue.
There has to be a good reason we still subject ourselves to losing an hour of sleep every spring in the name of daylight saving. Sure, we get in back in November, but what are the benefits? What are the downsides? How about stroke, heart attack, and getting run over by a car? Not to mention it costs $275 million a year
If there is one thing that gives all healthcare students nightmares, it's their upcoming boards. For PA students, it's the PANCE; for many NP students, the FNP Certification. However, there are educational resources that all but guarantee that you'll pass. By far, the number one way to ensure you pass the boards is...
In this episode of the Clinician1 Podcast, I'm joined by the NP Career Coach, Renee Dahring. Among other things, she talks about giving your resume the boost it needs to stand out from the competition. Yes, the job market for PA's and NP's is hot, but she warns us not to get complacent.
Medical education is hard. Remembering centuries worth of knowledge can be daunting. Research suggests falling asleep in lectures may not be the most effective way to learn stuff. The good news is that there a better way. Here, I'll show you the most effective technique for medical education greatness
As a newly minted – or even early career – nurse practitioner or physician assistant, finding a job in specialty can feel like an insurmountable task. And yet every year, thousands of your colleagues start their careers as specialists straight out of training.
Clinician burnout is a public health issue. If you are suffering from burnout, you are likely less effective and happy both at work and at home. Find out how channeling your passions can decrease feelings of burnout and help you be happier both inside and outside of the clinical environment
A useful concussion symptom inventory broken down by symptom domains that I made for a conference presentation.
Use as a baseline inventory or track over time to obtain a visual representation of the patient's symptom trendline.
A useful concussion inventory divided into possible symptom domains. Concussions often follow a predictable course, but the devil is in the details regarding next steps. This is an inventory I developed for a conference presentation. See more at ModernMedEd.com/conference.
Looking for more of the best ways to earn some extra scratch on the side of your clinical job? Or maybe you just want something a little different. Whatever the reason, you are in the right place! This is part II of our series on non-clinical side gigs. At the end, I'll also share my single favorite resource to...