NEJM CareerCenter Conversations
Published: Mar 17, 2015
The NEJM CareerCenter is your trusted source for physician career resources and the latest physician job openings in the United States.
In a continuing effort to provide valuable resources, we’ve curated physicians with special career expertise and experience for the NEJM CareerCenter Conversations series. In conjunction with physician social media site, Medstro, we are excited to start a dialogue on career issues that impact the modern day physician.
This September, a four part career series will feature women physicians. Held in collaboration with the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS) and its Committee on Women in Medicine these discussions will generate conversation that will culminate at the MMS Women’s Leadership Forum on Saturday, September 26 at the MMS Headquarters in Waltham, MA.
September 1, 2015: Women Physician Leadership at Every Level
September 8, 2015: Women Physicians Mastering Career Flexibility
September 15, 2015: Women Physicians Setting Healthy Boundaries
September 22, 2015: Women Physicians Leadership Through Communication
This past summer the American Physician Scientist Association helped us explore topics related to Physician Scientist careers. The archived discussions are still available to view:
July 21, 2015: Physician-Scientists Shaping American Healthcare
August 4, 2015: How funding may impact the future of the Physician-Scientist
August 11, 2015: Successful Physician-Scientists mentor-mentee relationships
August 18, 2015: Physician-Scientist Transitions: How to take those next steps.
August 25, 2015: Role of Scientific Organizations in Training and Career
This past March, the American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA) joined us to lead the discussion on career issues that women in medicine face today.
The NEJM CareerCenter Conversations: Women in Medicine series consisted of six different topics now available for view in the archives:
March 17, 2015: Women Physicians in Leadership Roles
March 24, 2015: Identifying and Preventing Occupational Burnout
March 31, 2015: Extracting the Benefits of a Mentorship
April 7, 2015: Women Transforming the Culture of Medicine
April 14, 2015: The Pros and Cons of Flexible Work Schedules
April 21, 2015: A Leave of Absence
Regardless of where you are in your career, we hope these topics spark productive and educational discussions.