What employed physicians should know about noncompete clauses
With more states moving to ban noncompete clauses, the legal landscape is becoming more complex. A legal expert outlines some essentials.
Young doctors should know pros, cons of these 4 practice settings
Young physicians are wise to keep an eye out for their next practice opportunity. Find out what to look for with this expert advice from the AMA.
Job interviewing tips for physician employment
Ace your physician job interview with our top tips, including how to prepare and how to broach the issues that matter most to you.
6 questions to ask before signing a physician employment contract
What is expected of you? How will you be paid? Learn which questions should be answered in your employment contract.
Follow principles in 6 key areas to protect employed physicians
Most physicians are now employed. The AMA outlines essentials on contracts, payment agreements, conflicts of interest, patient advocacy and more.
What resident physicians considering an academic career should know
Residents pondering a career in academic medicine can gain helpful insights from physicians who have thrived in that setting. Learn more with the AMA.
Thinking about fellowship? Ask yourself these 5 questions
Resident physicians considering fellowship training should weigh how the subspecialty training fits into their life, financial and career goals.
First physician job post-residency often a way station: survey
It used to be that physicians spent about six years on average at their first job after training. But in recent years, that’s changed. Learn more.