Practical Points for Advancing Your Professional Career.
Welcome to the EAST Careercasts. The Careercasts are a series of audio interviews with leaders in the field designed to provide you with practical information regarding career development, leadership and career challenges.
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- The Rural Trauma Surgeon - #43
Rural trauma surgeons face challenges unique to their practice setting while also enjoying opportunities typically not found in an academic urban center. Today Rob Behm discusses a career as a rural trauma surgeon with Dr. Thomas Cogbill who enjoyed a very successful clinical and academic career in a rural setting. We hope this will be a helpful Careercast for anyone considering a career as a rural trauma surgeon.
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