Mastering the Telephone Interview. by, Lisa Cove, RN, MSN, NP ✔ You’ve made it though the resume criteria search. ✔ Your information has been made it through phase one of the interview process. ✔ You get a call from a coordinator...
In December 1995 the pharma company I was working for was purchased and like most of my colleagues in Rochester, NY our jobs were gone. The idea of owning a business had always been present but it wasn’t until then that I seriously contemplated starIng my own...
Casamayor said she wasn’t sure what she would do after earning her degree. Upon graduation, though, the university gave her a directory of employers and she began calling every number on the list in alphabetical order, she added.
“Every day, I would call 10 companies until I got to P,” Casamayor said.
Hands-on experience increases your knowledge base as a clinician. It’s how you grow and progress naturally in the field. But then what? Is that were it ends? Does a nurse only do hospital-based shift work, office-based patient care, or work in acute surgical settings?
Incorporating a personal touch and combining my passions has resulted in my current position as a Clinical Recruiter for a medical recruitment agency and Contract Sales Organization (CSO) based in Rochester, NY. This kind of recruitment service has been gaining momentum in the pharmaceutical world because it provides a way to fill and create effective and efficient clinical teams, even as downsizing, reorganization, and mergers are occurring at an accelerated rate.
Medical conferences can be overwhelming. So much to do; so much to see!
But with these 4 steps outlined below, they don’t have to be.
But first things first: before we get to the 4 steps, you need an active, well-attended booth–but not one that seems so hectic it could trap you for long periods of time.