The Essential Guide to Achieving the Perfect Pathology Fellowship:
Useful Advice and “Must-Do’s” for First-, Second- and Third-Year Residents
How to master everything you need to do to stand out as the ideal candidate
Jerad M Gardner, M.D., Chair, CAP Resident Forum and Fellow, Soft Tissue
Robert E. Petras, M.D., FCAP, FACG, Managing Director, Ameripath, Inc.
Pathology Residents Education Program (PREP) has a timely learning opportunity designed to help pathology residents identify, apply, and interview for the perfect pathology fellowship. During this 50-minute streaming webinar, you’ll learn precisely what it takes to demonstrate your skills and competencies—and then nail down an offer for the ideal pathology fellowship.
Entering Private Practice: What Every Pathology Resident Should Know about Productivity, Management, and Career Development
How to master the secrets of success for finding your first job
Karim E. Sirgi, MD, President, UniPath PC
Take advantage of this opportunity to go inside one of the nation’s fastest-growing multi-specialty, multi-site private pathology groups and learn the secrets of its clinical and financial success. This is essential knowledge you can use to jump-start your job search and position yourself as a smart hire for the nation’s most prominent pathology practices.
Proven strategies to help pathology residents
and fellows negotiate optimal compensation and benefits
Jane Pine Wood, ESQ, Member, McDonald Hopkins, LLC
Jane Pine Wood offers an overview of the different types of job relationships-including employment by large national labs, hospital-based pathology practices, and a non-pathology specialist groups-and provides tips to help you negotiate with each one. She’ll also review the key terms of employment agreements, with a focus on compensation and bonus provisions, term and termination provisions, and restrictive covenants, so you’ll know how to “talk the talk” when you sit down at the negotiating table.