Getting Out of Clinical Practice

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Getting Out of Clinical Practice

HCPLive recently published a helpful article by James M. Dahle, MD, FACEP, titled “5 Ways to Get Out of Clinical Medicine.” Whether you are a physician researching career change, nonclinical career options, consulting, or entrepreneurism, you might find this one of interest.

From the article: “If clinical medicine has become less attractive to you, then consider your alternatives. They include retiring completely, modifying or changing your clinical job, starting a business, leaving medicine for another career, or most likely, using the skills and knowledge you acquired in medicine to pursue a non-clinical medical career.”

Dr. Dahle discusses each of these options: retiring early, fixing your current job, entrepreneurial pursuits, nonmedical jobs, and medical jobs. To read the full article, please visit the website.

Dr. Dahle blogs as The White Coat Investor and is the author of the best-selling The White Coat Investor: A Doctor’s Guide to Personal Finance and Investing.

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