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How We Will Survive and Thrive While the Healthcare System Collapses – 297

2023-04-25T06:50:33-05:00

Conversation with Dr. Tom Davis In today's episode, Dr. Tom Davis and John have a conversation about how we will survive as the healthcare system around us collapses. The context is about the challenges the co-founders and members of NewScript go through, and how the collaboration between NewScript Mentors and members can benefit everybody. Our Sponsor We're proud to have the University of Tennessee Physician Executive MBA Program, offered by the Haslam College of Business, as the [...]

How We Will Survive and Thrive While the Healthcare System Collapses – 2972023-04-25T06:50:33-05:00

The Interesting Life of the Professional Development Coach with Dr. Ryan Bayley – 064

2021-03-22T21:37:15-05:00

Helping Us Find Elusive Peace and Balance Today on the podcast, Dr. Ryan Bayley describes his career as a professional development coach. Professional Development Coach Ryan Bayley, MD Dr. Ryan Bayley is board certified in Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medical Services. He holds an adjunct faculty position at the Duke University School of Medicine. He completed his undergraduate degree at Harvard University, his medical degree at Vanderbilt University, and his residency at New York-Presbyterian Hospital (Columbia and Cornell). [...]

The Interesting Life of the Professional Development Coach with Dr. Ryan Bayley – 0642021-03-22T21:37:15-05:00

How to Be an Author and Nonclinical Career Expert with Dr. Heidi Moawad – 063

2021-03-22T21:31:35-05:00

For today's podcast episode, I had the pleasure of speaking to a nonclinical career expert. She actually “wrote the book” on this topic. Heidi Moawad, MD, is a neurologist and adjunct professor at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. She's worked in many facets of medicine, including clinical practice, healthcare utilization, medical writing, telemedicine, payment policy and undergraduate and medical education. She's the author of the book Careers Beyond Clinical Medicine, and she's the host of a website [...]

How to Be an Author and Nonclinical Career Expert with Dr. Heidi Moawad – 0632021-03-22T21:31:35-05:00

Why Medical Communications Is the Best Nonclinical Career – 061

2021-03-22T20:37:03-05:00

Interview with Dr. Dana Carpenter I really enjoy speaking with physicians who have found a nonclinical career they love. I’ve seen that in life insurance medicine, teaching, and now in medical communications. The other aspect of this career that excites me is that it’s one in which you can express your creative side along with your scientific and technical side. Before I get to the interview, I want to acknowledge our sponsor… The University of Tennessee Physician Executive MBA I'm [...]

Why Medical Communications Is the Best Nonclinical Career – 0612021-03-22T20:37:03-05:00

How to Blend Stand-Up Comedy and Keynote Speaking – 062

2021-03-22T21:19:53-05:00

For this episode, I'm interviewing Dr. Lynette Charity to tell us about her experience with keynote speaking. You'll recall that I interviewed Carmen Landrau just a few weeks ago. Each of them took a unique path to this career. You'll get a much more complete perspective on keynote speaking by listening to both episodes. Before I get to the interview, I want to acknowledge our sponsor… The University of Tennessee Physician Executive MBA I'm very thankful to have [...]

How to Blend Stand-Up Comedy and Keynote Speaking – 0622021-03-22T21:19:53-05:00

5 Simple Tactics That Will Hasten Your Career Transition – 060

2021-03-22T20:20:56-05:00

Welcome back to the PNC podcast. Today I'd like to discuss 5 simple tactics that will hasten your transition to a nonclinical career. [Note: this material was originally presented as a guest post on Look for Zebras. You can find many other useful articles and resources related to nonclinical careers there. – John] Before we get started, I want to thank our sponsor, the University of Tennessee Physician Executive MBA Program offered by the Haslam College of Business. You’ll [...]

5 Simple Tactics That Will Hasten Your Career Transition – 0602021-03-22T20:20:56-05:00

How to Nurture an Exciting Speaking Career with Dr. Carmen Landrau – 059

2021-03-22T20:04:38-05:00

Today I bring you a great interview with Dr. Carmen Landrau, as she explains how to nurture your speaking career. But before we get to that I have an announcement to make. Our First Sponsor! Yes, that's right. The PNC Podcast now has a SPONSOR! That might not be as big a deal to you as it is to me. But having a sponsor means that I can cover some of the costs associated with producing this podcast. [...]

How to Nurture an Exciting Speaking Career with Dr. Carmen Landrau – 0592021-03-22T20:04:38-05:00

How to Recognize Your Zone of Genius – 058

2021-03-22T19:55:34-05:00

Welcome back to the PNC podcast. It’s just me today. And I'd like to discuss your Zone of Genius. I’ve been meaning to review a book and discuss this topic for some time. It relates to self-limiting beliefs that keep us from pursuing the career that we’re meant for; a career that bring us joy and fulfillment; a career that uses our personal and professional gifts. Have you ever noticed that just when some people have made it, just [...]

How to Recognize Your Zone of Genius – 0582021-03-22T19:55:34-05:00

Despair and Hope at the 2018 SEAK Conference – 057

2021-03-22T19:42:52-05:00

Welcome back to the PNC podcast. It’s just me and I’m a day late in posting this week’s podcast. My timetable for the podcast prep this week was a little compressed because I spent 2 days attending the 15th Annual SEAK Non-Clinical Careers for Physicians Conference. And that put me a little behind.  I recorded my observations during the conference, and I’m going to share those with you today. I wouldn’t ordinarily spend an entire episode promoting a [...]

Despair and Hope at the 2018 SEAK Conference – 0572021-03-22T19:42:52-05:00

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