Resident Career Day
Jump-start your life after residency!
Thursday, September 3, 2015
Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL
Looking ahead to the next phase of your career? Get ready for everything that comes next — from contract negotiation to social media strategies to the future of emergency medicine — with ICEP’s program designed exclusively for residents preparing for the job search.
Let’s face it: Life after residency will bring a new set of challenges, starting with the search for your first position. ICEP’s Resident Career Day focuses on helping you meet these challenges head on and turn them into opportunities.
Don’t miss these speakers:
- Dr. Michael Gerardi, ACEP President, presenting “What Does the Future Look Like for EM?” Hint: It’s a great time to be an emergency physician.
- Dr. Rebecca Parker, Chair of the ACEP Board, with strategies for planning your financial future
- Dr. Seth Trueger (popular Twitter personality @MDaware) with all you need to know about social media for health professionals, including networking and medical education
- Dr. William Sullivan with tactics for negotiating and signing a favorable physician employment contract
- Speed Dating Career Fair
- Meeting with the ACEP President – special break-out session exclusively for medical students and first-year residents!
Full agenda to be published next week!
Missed Resident Career Day?
Video Lectures from 2014
Videos from 2014 Resident Career Day are available now at ICEPblog.org on the following topics:
- “The House I Will Never Live In”: Managing Student Debt – panel discussion
- Global Health Opportunities – panel discussion
- Building Your Brand Using Social Media – Dr. Ernest Wang
- What I Didn’t Learn in Residency – Dr. Paul Kivela
Podcast Lectures from 2013
Audio podcasts from the program are now available! Listen to all of the general sessions from Resident Career Day to pick up more strategies and advice you might have missed. Visit ICEPblog.org to listen to these helpful presentations. Handouts are included in the blog posts for quick reference.