I am pleased to share that the audiobook version of "The Locum Life: A Physician's Guide to Locum Tenens," received its first review on Audible Books, and it's a wonderful 5-star review! More than a half-dozen copies, or more correctly said, "downloads," have already sold. It's great to be able to reach the audiobook audience with information about locum tenens that just might make the struggle to achieve work/life balance a little easier! #locums #locumtenens #audiobook #5st
Last March, I posted the first podcast of "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner." Episodes appear every other Sunday. These are now available on the most popular podcast players, such as Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, Pandora, and others (see image below). A total of 12 episodes have been published so far, with more to come (see list below).
This program grew out of my interest in locum tenens, and several episodes provide practical information on locums. These com
Episode #9 Recorded April 15, 2020 Many thanks to Justin Allison of Ero Staff, a locum tenens staffing company, for joining me on the Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner. From Northern California, Justin discussed the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on his locum tenens business. He observed that while the availability of outpatient positions has decreased, the demand for hospitalists, intensivists, and pulmonary specialists has skyrocketed. Due to the urgent need, compens
Michelle Mudge-Riley, MD, an expert in helping physicians transition to nonclinical careers and owner of PhysiciansHelpingPhysicians, has assembled a group of career experts for a virtual conference this July. Michelle held a similar conference last year, in person, which was very successful. This year, given the scourge of COVID-19, the conference will be virtual. John Jurica, MD, will lead off with an overview of nonclinical career options, followed by discussions on the pr