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How Creative Writing Restores Vitality and Prevents Burnout – 259

2022-07-31T09:07:43-05:00

Interview with Dr. Claire Unis In today's podcast, Dr. Claire Unis describes how creative writing restores vitality. At Dartmouth College, Claire double-majored in creative writing and literature. She participated in the Master of Fine Arts program at the University of San Francisco while attending medical school at UCSF. At USF she concentrated on memoir and narrative nonfiction writing. She finished both degrees at the same time. […]

How Creative Writing Restores Vitality and Prevents Burnout – 2592022-07-31T09:07:43-05:00

How to Become a Marvelous Medical Mystery Author – 231

2022-01-17T05:26:17-06:00

Interview with Dr. Debra Blaine Dr. Debra Blain is a marvelous medical mystery author. She was born in New York City and grew up on Long Island, New York.  Debra attended Baylor College of Medicine. She returned to New York for post-graduate training. For over thirty years, she has practiced Family and Urgent Care Medicine on Long Island and Queens. […]

How to Become a Marvelous Medical Mystery Author – 2312022-01-17T05:26:17-06:00

Add Discipline to Creativity to Be a Successful Medical Writer – 179

2021-01-17T14:58:55-06:00

A Popular Nonclinical Career Option Today I present my thoughts on how to become a successful medical writer. I am presenting an excerpt from my course on the Nonclinical Career Academy called Introduction to Careers as a Medical Writer. It should answer some of the questions you have about this popular career. […]

Add Discipline to Creativity to Be a Successful Medical Writer – 1792021-01-17T14:58:55-06:00

What Is It Like to Be a Medical Editor? – 160

2021-04-08T09:26:48-05:00

Interview with Dr. Jennifer Spector  In this week's Podcast episode, Dr. Jennifer Spector describes how she became a medical editor for a popular online medical journal. She is is a Board-Certified Podiatric Physician and Surgeon with 14 years of clinical experience. She also spent over 5 years in national leadership positions at the American Association for Women Podiatrists. She’s had a long-term interest in education, writing, and consulting. She is passionate about educating others. As of June 2019, [...]

What Is It Like to Be a Medical Editor? – 1602021-04-08T09:26:48-05:00

How to Find Nonclinical Opportunities in Retirement – 159

2021-04-08T09:15:06-05:00

Interview with Dr. Robert Adams  In this week's PNC Podcast episode, I have a wonderful conversation with Dr. Robert Adams as he provides highlights from his long military and clinical careers and offers advice for finding nonclinical opportunities in retirement. Bob Adams may be the most accomplished guest I’ve ever met. Coming from a military family, he attended the U.S. Naval Academy. Then, he continued his naval career and after serving as Navigator and First Lieutenant on the [...]

How to Find Nonclinical Opportunities in Retirement – 1592021-04-08T09:15:06-05:00

Here Are the Keys to Being a Strong CME Writer – 146

2023-11-15T07:31:38-06:00

  Interview with Sarah Campbell In this episode of the PNC podcast, Sarah Campbell offers her expert advice to become a strong CME writer.   NetCE is a continuing education company that produced online education for health care professions. Sarah has spent much of her career working there. She is the Director of Development. In that role, she works with planners and authors to develop the materials that NetCE produces. […]

Here Are the Keys to Being a Strong CME Writer – 1462023-11-15T07:31:38-06:00

50 Outstanding Ways to Dump an Awful Career for a Bright One – 147

2021-04-06T21:09:20-05:00

Interview with Dr. Sylvie Stacy In this episode of the PNC podcast, Dr. Sylvie Stacy returns to discuss how physicians can dump an awful career and find a career that is right for them. She also tells us about her brand-new book 50 Nonclinical Careers for Physicians. Sylvie was a guest on the show for the first time almost two years ago. Since then, her blog, Look for Zebras, has grown. And she has created a Nonclinical Career [...]

50 Outstanding Ways to Dump an Awful Career for a Bright One – 1472021-04-06T21:09:20-05:00

Why You Will Love the Locum Life – 140

2021-04-05T19:34:45-05:00

Interview with Dr. Andrew Wilner On this week’s episode of the PNC podcast, Dr. Andrew Wilner explains why he believes you will love the locum life. Andrew Wilner is an internist, neurologist and epileptologist. He is also the author of The Locum Life and a locum tenens expert. This Latin term basically refers to a person serving as a fill-in, such as a substitute teacher. In the medical world, a locum tenens doctors fill a temporary role, replacing [...]

Why You Will Love the Locum Life – 1402021-04-05T19:34:45-05:00

Be Creative and Design the Career That You Really Love – 139

2021-04-05T19:20:11-05:00

Interview with Dr. Uchenna Umeh On this week’s episode of the PNC podcast, Dr. Uchenna Umeh, also known as “Dr. Lulu” and the “Momatrician,” describes how you can find a career that you really love. Uchenna spent the early part of her career in a traditional pediatric practice. When she decided she needed a change of pace, she enlisted in the Air Force. She completed her time there, and entered traditional practice. But she was struck by the [...]

Be Creative and Design the Career That You Really Love – 1392021-04-05T19:20:11-05:00

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