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Although physicians are trained to heal others, this is often done at the expense of caring for themselves. When Dr. Danielle Gerry found herself struggling with trying to meet her patients’ needs in extremely limited time, she tried to push through, but her body had other ideas. In this episode, Danielle shares seven valuable lessons she learned over the past ten years from her career transition. She discusses topics such as dealing with shame, knowing your worth, whether or not an MBA is needed, and more!
In this episode we’re talking about:
- Dr. Danielle Gerry’s struggles in primary care practice
- Why being a Walmart Greeter was a consideration
- Seven important lessons Dr. Gerry learned along the way
- Why your skills are valuable in the nonclinical world
- How shame and guilt shouldn’t be part of a career transition
- Danielle’s roles in utilization management and physician advising
- Why Danielle loves her nonclinical career
Links for this episode:
Leaving Medicine Blog Post by Dr. Danielle Gerry – In this highly popular blog post from 2012, Dr. Gerry shares the 10 steps she took to move out of a difficult place in clinical practice to start a new career path in the nonclinical realm.
LinkedIn Course – If you’re considering a career transition, LinkedIn is a great resource. My self-paced video course shows you how to create a compelling profile, network successfully, and be strategic in searching for and applying to jobs.
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