I was listening to The White Coat Investor’s podcast interview with Dr. Bonnie. Regarding her motivation to write a blog, she said she was “…getting tired of writing the same answers over and over again….” This Spoke to me so strongly, it inspired me to write this entire post. THIS. This is my motivation. I
I thought I would share with you the way I have worked with students in the past and the sorts of comments I provide. In general, I try to offer the writer the perspective an evaluator will have. This sometimes comes off as blunt, but I’m trying to genuinely share what goes through my mind.
I have written more than 70 posts for this blog in the past 6 weeks. That works out to 1.7 posts per day or almost 12 posts a week. I didn’t set a particularly blazing pace- I wrote an article or three whenever I had some downtime. I also didn’t set out to write that
The timelines for vet school, internship, and residency are fairly straightforward: these all begin and end in the summer. What about when you finish your residency and you are getting ready to move on to private practice or academia? Here are some important considerations when applying for faculty positions. Faculty positions come open Whenever. Unlike
Regardless of the position you are applying for, here are some basic rules for a successful interview.