As a physician, you are teaching every day. If this is a skill you enjoy, you may be wondering how you can find additional teaching opportunities. Our guest, Dr. Liz McMurtry is an Emergency Medicine physician who’s currently the Assistant Dean at an osteopathic medical school. She shares with us different ways physicians can become more involved in a teaching role, both as a mentor and in a paid position. We also talk about the rewards of teaching, how to reach out regarding opportunities, and compensation.
In this episode we’re talking about:
- The event that prompted Dr. Liz McMurtry to consider options
- Teaching opportunities at medical schools and other institutions
- How volunteering to teach and mentor can lead to a paid position
- How to inquire about teaching opportunities
- Teaching fellowships
- The general compensation range for teaching at medical schools
- What’s inspiring the newer classes of medical students
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