Physicians who are considering cutting back or completely leaving their clinical practice are turning to the many opportunities in the teaching field.

Some of the best opportunities for teaching are:

  1. Teaching in academic medical schools and teaching hospitals.
  2. Clinical faculty appointments.
  3. Part-time teaching at medical schools.
  4. Teaching at physician assistant training programs.
  5. Teaching at nurse practitioner training programs.
  6. Teaching in PharmD programs.

Heidi George Moawad MD will be presenting Non-Clinical Opportunities Teaching at the SEAK Non-Clinical Careers for Physicians Conference in Chicago on October 20-21, 2018.

Non-Clinical Opportunities Teaching

Heidi George Moawad, MD

Dr. Moawad will survey the diverse full time, part time, and contract non-clinical teaching opportunities available to physicians including medical students, residents, fellows, nurses, PAs, other medical professionals, undergrads, invited presentations, and other opportunities. She will explain how to get your foot in the door, how to negotiate payment, and most importantly, how to become highly in demand and successful. Questions and Answers 

Heidi George Moawad, MD is a neurologist and the author of the book Careers Beyond Clinical Medicine (Oxford University Press, 2012). She frequently presents on the topic of Non-Clinical Careers. Dr. Moawad’s non-clinical experience includes medical writing, teaching appointments, pharmaceutical consulting, utilization review, and grant reviewing.  She received her BA and MD degrees from Case Western Reserve and resides in Ohio.