Popular and Unique Careers of the Guests on the PNC Podcast
An Ongoing Summary of My Most Interesting Guests
The Physician Nonclinical Careers Podcast released its first recording in October of 2017. Since then, I have released one episode each week, with more than two-thirds of them being interviews. Most of those consisted of conversations with physicians who have transitioned to a full time career in a completely nonclinical vocation. In this series of lessons, I provide a glimpse into both popular and unique alternatives to the typical medical practice.
This course consists of 10 to 15 minute lessons, in which I list and briefly describe the full time careers and side jobs that I have come to know through my guests. The initial release of this course consists of six lessons, but as I continue to interview new guests, I will add additional 10 to 15 minute lessons discussing new careers that I have discovered.
Family physician, medical director, hospital CMO, entrepreneur, speaker and host of Physician Nonclinical Careers Podcast, John has interviewed and collaborated with physicians in dozens of nonclinical careers and side-gigs.
He mentors physicians who wish to pursue careers that enable them work in their "Zone of Genius."
John has spent years interviewing physician coaches and doctors who have successfully transitioned to fulfilling unconventional careers - both nonclinical and nontraditional clinical careers.
He is a sought-after podcast guest, and speaker for national conferences addressing career transition.
StartGroup 1 - CDI, UM, Informatics, Medical Writing, Disability Insurance Broker... (13:12)
StartGroup 2 - Telehealth Entrepreneur, Life Insurance Medicine, Technology Start-Up... (10:37)
StartGroup 3 - Teaching, Online Patient Education, MSL, Expert Witness... (13:03)
StartGroup 4 - Medical Communications, Coaching, Med Spa, Medical Monitor... (13:20)
StartGroup 5 - Locum Tenens, QI Medical Director, Freelance Consulting... (12:31)
StartGroup 6 - Venture Capital, Investment Advisor, Healthcare Navigator... (11:52)
StartClosing Remarks (0:34)