Description:Intended for physiatrists completing their training (PGY-3, PGY-4 and fellows) and physiatrists within the first 3 years post-training, this early-career course provides a roadmap to navigating the early years of establishing a successful physiatry career. The course will focus on building leadership skills in the workplace and within professional organizations, getting started with licensure and MOC, practice improvement, and non-clinical career opportunities. The course will explore various practice settings and a panel will share relative advantages and disadvantages of each. Finally, the course will review various physician performance metrics and compensation strategies, as well as outline the many AAPM&R resources that assist the early-career physiatrist.
Jefferson Alumni Hall
Thomas Jefferson University
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Learning ObjectivesAt the completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Recognize advantages and disadvantages of various practice settings.
- Identify leadership opportunities within the local practice/organization and within the greater medical community.
- Analyze the various physician performance and compensation metrics.
- Use AAPM&R resources for licensure, MOC, and practice performance.