Top Resources for Landing an MSL Job
What You Need to Know to Start Your Career Transition.
NOTE: This was a FREE mini-course for about a year, but it now requires a $39 payment to access to help offset the costs associated with maintaining this site. But it is well worth it! I've included TONS of actionable information that will save you many hours of time you would spend tracking down the information in this lesson.
This Mini-Course is an excerpt from the course How to Secure a Career as a Medical Science Liaison, a six-lesson course that walks you through every step in the process of finding and landing your first MSL job!
This mini-course is based on Lesson 4, which covers valuable resources you should use to help you pursue your new MSL career. By following the advice in this mini-course, you'll be well on your way to landing that new nonclinical career in the pharmaceutical industry.
If you find the material in this course helpful, but need additional help with: planning your transition; addressing self-limiting beliefs; using mentors, networking, and LinkedIn; writing your resume; finding jobs; preparing to interview, and putting it all together; then you'll want to join the Nonclinical Career Academy Membership plan, where you can find the complete MSL course, and 18 others devoted to helping you find a nonclinical or nontraditional career.
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.
Frequently Asked Questions
I hope you enjoy this mini-course and find it useful. If you're serious about pursuing a career as a medical science liaison, by using the resources presented in the course, you should be able to accelerate the process of landing a job in this popular field.
If you need more help, including a checklist and outline to track your progress, then you should enroll in the Nonclinical Career Academy Membership, where you can access the Medical Science Liaison - The Complete Course.