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The purpose of this 1-hour training course is to:
Provide the newly graduating anesthesiologist with basic knowledge and skills to make an informed choice regarding the type of anesthesiology practice that best fits their professional and personal goals and preferences.
A Certificate of Completion is awarded after successfully passing the posttest and completing the course evaluation. No CME is awarded for this course.
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For a newly graduating anesthesiologist, the evaluation process of selecting a practice is personalized and multifaceted. The process is focused not only on professional goals and a mutual interest between the resident and a given practice, but also on numerous personal factors and considerations.
There are many types of practices available to graduating anesthesiologists. The major categories of practices are:
NOTE: A blended type of practice (hospital with residents not affiliated with an academic institution) is an option, but rare.
In addition to a preference for a particular category of practice, many other professional and personal considerations factor into a graduate’s selection, including whether they will:
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