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You've done your residency. Now what? When Dr. David Kashmer was finishing his surgical residency, he had a realization: he knew quite a bit about surgery, but almost nothing about earning a living as a surgeon. After getting an MBA, starting multiple companies in the medical space, and becoming the chair of surgery at a major medical group, Dr. Kashmer is finally ready You've done your residency. Now what? When Dr. David Kashmer was finishing his surgical residency, he had a realization: he knew quite a bit about surgery, but almost nothing about earning a living as a surgeon. After getting an MBA, starting multiple companies in the medical space, and becoming the chair of surgery at a major medical group, Dr. Kashmer is finally ready to share what he's learned. In The Hidden Curriculum, Dr. Kashmer lays out the unwritten rules of surgery and medicine. From salary negotiations to contract structures, this book is the ultimate guide for young doctors to avoid the pitfalls and stumbling blocks that too-often come on the road to success.


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You've done your residency. Now what? When Dr. David Kashmer was finishing his surgical residency, he had a realization: he knew quite a bit about surgery, but almost nothing about earning a living as a surgeon. After getting an MBA, starting multiple companies in the medical space, and becoming the chair of surgery at a major medical group, Dr. Kashmer is finally ready You've done your residency. Now what? When Dr. David Kashmer was finishing his surgical residency, he had a realization: he knew quite a bit about surgery, but almost nothing about earning a living as a surgeon. After getting an MBA, starting multiple companies in the medical space, and becoming the chair of surgery at a major medical group, Dr. Kashmer is finally ready to share what he's learned. In The Hidden Curriculum, Dr. Kashmer lays out the unwritten rules of surgery and medicine. From salary negotiations to contract structures, this book is the ultimate guide for young doctors to avoid the pitfalls and stumbling blocks that too-often come on the road to success.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Christina

    Although you may have made it through medical school with a wide range of knowledge, information and experience, do you actually know how to make it in the real world of medicine? Dr. David Kashmer has achieved many things – he has an MBA, founded his own medical companies and became the chair of surgery at a major medical practice group just outside of Boston – so who better than to create a beginner’s guide for young doctors starting out in the world of medicine? This book is informative, stra Although you may have made it through medical school with a wide range of knowledge, information and experience, do you actually know how to make it in the real world of medicine? Dr. David Kashmer has achieved many things – he has an MBA, founded his own medical companies and became the chair of surgery at a major medical practice group just outside of Boston – so who better than to create a beginner’s guide for young doctors starting out in the world of medicine? This book is informative, straight-forward, humorous and the perfect guide to what it’s actually like once you leave medical school. The book is split into three sections, each detailing different aspects of jobs within the medical sector. Starting with landing the job, negotiating your contract and exploring credentials and licensing – this guide is a no-fuss explanation into getting started on the career ladder and avoiding the pitfalls that many young doctors make through simply not knowing the business side to medicine. Part two and three focus on what the job is actually going to be like – from your first day to your whole career on the job and exploring the use of social media as a way to advance your career. Instead of a jargon-filled user guide that seems impersonal and impractical, The Hidden Curriculum is more like a friendly chat with a mentor. From the first page of the introduction, it’s clear that Kashmer knows his stuff. He’s open and honest about what he expected his career to be like and what it was actually like. The book is all about deciding what is right for you and making sure you choose your career in medicine carefully, so as to get the best possible deal for yourself. It’s clear throughout that Kashmer is genuinely trying to help others and his friendly but informative way of writing will have you wanting to soak up all of his knowledge and wisdom. With an expansive resources section giving you everything you may need to learn more and keep focused on your career, this guide is not only informative, but practical too. Medicine can be a hard industry to break into, but with this guide, you will have all of the tools you need to survive. Highly recommended reading, wherever you may be on your medical journey.

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