Life After Clinical Practice

September 1, 2009

Are you considering a new career path? Curious about your options, or simply looking for new ways to find balance in your life? In this podcast, Michelle Mudge-Riley, who consults with physicians interested in transitioning into nonclinical jobs, discusses the chief complaints of practicing physicians and explores available career options.

 

Are you considering a new career path? Curious about your options, or simply looking for new ways to find balance in your life?

In this podcast, Michelle Mudge-Riley, who consults with physicians interested in transitioning into nonclinical jobs, discusses the chief complaints of practicing physicians and explores available career options.

Mudge-Riley is a doctor who works as director of wellness and medical management at a brokerage firm in Virginia. She graduated from Des Moines University Osteopathic Medical School in 2003, but soon after transitioned into a nonclinical job. She is also a consultant for physicians looking to enhance their careers or transition out of medicine into other jobs.

Mudge-Riley wrote a series of essays on her experiences for Physicians Practice in 2006 called the Ex-Doctor’s Diary.