In less than a year, I will be on the interview trail again searching for a career opportunity. There are so many options out there: academic, community, part time/full time/ locums
The best advice today was to be prepared, to know your worth and be confident about it: Humble Arrogance. I assumed people with great bargaining/negotiating skills had it in them, that it only came as a natural talent.
Great Task Ahead: 1. arm self with negotiation skills 2. do my research 3. set my BATNA and know theirs 4. PRACTICE/PRACTICE 5. Score my DREAM JOB
Telluride Experience Day 1
The Mind is a powerful thing and you can see things that do not exist.
Do I see a child or an elderly’s face? Do I see those gray circles? Is it a horse or a frog? Since when do I STOP at a green light?
It isn’t about the task Marvi; it is about patient safety.
From now on: it is isn’t about how many patients I can see in a 12 hour shift? It isn’t how fast I can finish that central line, that chest tube or that reduction? Again it is about safety: did I do the time out appropriately, did I complete the central line check list, did I double check the medication dose before procedural sedation? Is the patient appropriately informed about the procedure? Honestly my focus was elsewhere. I wanted to be a procedure monster and though I… Continue reading