Venturing into the field of medicine means the typical barrage of questions for students and doctors in training. The sheer volume of choices ahead of you can be daunting, and prior to medical school, no one really prepares you for exactly what it means to become a doctor.
So emergency physician, author and speaker, Dr. John Shufeldt, sought out to create a list of questions using 30 years of clinical and entrepreneurial health care experience that students need to be best prepared to evaluate their future career path. He chose six high achieving and award winning medical professionals of various specialties to answer these questions.
Dr. Shufeldt calls these chosen individuals: “Outliers,” defined as: “An exceptional person for whom excellence is merely a starting point toward a destination far beyond our normal definition of achievement.”
By providing the most effective questions, and a line-up of “rock star” medical professionals, Dr. Shufeldt presents potential career pathways, tips, and resources to help students decide whether a career in medicine is right for them.
In this volume, get to know outlier Rachel Lindor, MD, JD, a recent medical school graduate and emergency medicine resident who also holds a law degree. Having put her medical education on hold to pursue a degree and career in law, she returned with a new perspective and focus. Discover her reason for attending medical school and returning to complete her degree, the resources she recommends for prospective students, and what she’d do if she could do it all over again. This short 25-page eBook is the perfect guide for current and prospective medical students.
Do not miss out on the opportunity to get answers to the most valuable questions you could ask someone who has already achieved your dream career. Do not even begin the time intensive and costly pursuit of becoming a doctor before sitting down with various professionals from the field.
Don’t have a list of medical professionals on speed dial? Read Outliers in Medicine for advice from top doctors from various specialties and a pre-medical student just like you.
Don’t wait until you graduate, get answers to your most important questions now, and pursue your path with more assurance and direction.
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This medical career book is perfect for those looking to enter a career as a doctor, nurse, physician’s assistant, or those aspiring to use their medical degree in alternative fields.