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Excelling in Your Medical Field

by MOMMY RUBY
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Have you ever blown your chances of getting your dream job simply because you feel like you lacked the confidence during the interview? Nothing could be worse than the feeling of throwing your chances away when you knew in your heart that you could have done so much better than that. Of course there are also interviewers that have a way of intimidating you. That is actually a part of testing you on whether or not you would be knowledgeable or confident enough to answer with ease. Some interviewers have a tricky way of asking questions, so you should also have a way with words when you answer them. Mind you, employers and interviewers, when impressed, would gladly stand to their feet, extend their hand and gladly welcome you into their company in no time.

Being confident in an interview is better said than done. This is why a consultant interview course is needed. You will never know how much you needed this course until you see results in your actual interview.

Speaking of jobs, to teach medical courses could be a challenge. Truth is, one could be a brilliant medical practitioner but to impart such a vast field of knowledge to medical students is never easy. Many medical practitioners are caught in this challenge: how would medical principles be taught to medical students? The answer would be for these medical teachers to enroll themselves in a medical teaching course. Teaching would never be that easy and fun, plus the thought that knowledge and principles are imparted in such a clear and understandable way would be fulfilling on the part of the teacher, for sure! The Teach the teacher course would offer the same benefits for those who aspire to teach medical courses effectively.

For doctors who want to manage medical institutions, it is one tough job as well—a medical management course would be very helpful for those who are transitioning from being an active medical practitioner to managerial or management roles.

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Pinx October 29, 2011 - 9:05 pm

my hubby manages a small hospital here in our town mommy rubz and he does not even have a medical management background, but i guess he’s just a born leader. but still he needs to know more and expand his horizon. thanks for this post.

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Jasmin October 29, 2011 - 10:11 pm

Before, kinakabahan ako sa mga job interviews pero dahil sa mga seminars and trainings na binagay ng school namin naging confident na ako sa mga job interview.

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Shydub October 31, 2011 - 4:14 am

hehhe i had experience before during interview and to think food chain ra ha, i got intimidated by the interviewer and the question too

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Weighty Matters October 31, 2011 - 9:28 am

i have always wanted to be a doctor. we just couldn’t afford the medical profession.

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Be Happy Tips October 31, 2011 - 9:51 pm

i am planning to shift careers next year and medyo kabado ako sa interview. i have a friend who is an HR manager so i asked her to throw me sample interview questions para ma-practice.

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LOURDES March 26, 2012 - 6:16 pm

I bet it’s hard. Pronouncing the medical terms is hard enough.

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