Choosing Your Practice by Alan K. Kronhaus

By Alan K. Kronhaus

Choosing Your Practice is a realistic consultant for physicians who're making the transition from education to non-public perform or from one perform to a different. the writer, a clinician in addition to a supervisor of scientific companies, bargains his colleagues advice on accomplishing an clever look for the perform, group, and colleagues which are top for them. beneficial ideas are also given for comparing bargains and negotiating agreements with potential associates.

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Such individuals would probably do best as missionaries, prominent practitioners in smaller communities, or leaders of medical groups, hospitals, or organizations doing "important" work. Dionysian and Epimethian Temperament The final examples of personality types are the Dionysian and the Epimethian temperaments, a study in contrasts. , Del Mar, CA, 1984, pp 57-63. 44 0 Choosing Your Practice For the Dionysian, the bottom line is freedom. He won't be tied or bound, confined or obligated. To be independent, to do as he wishes when he wishes, that's the ideal.

Must you be number one, or can you accept being second best? If the answer to the last question is "no:' it is fairly important that you choose a professional pond in which you are likely to be the biggest fish. Competence Competence, another intangible factor, is not something we usually regard as a need. • To what extent do you define success by your level of proficiency? • Does your quest for competence override such issues as where you work and with whom? If maximum proficiency is important, you probably should look for a situation that gives you the greatest number of referrals in your Know Yourself 0 49 area of special expertise, allows you to perform the most procedures, or maximizes your time in the operating room.

Your personality type, according to jung and others, is inborn, ingrained, and therefore nearly immutable. Preferences for perceiving, doing, or thinking about things in certain ways may strengthen or weaken over time, but your basic personality type does not change. For example, an introvert can try to sell insurance, but the attempt to fit into the salesman's mold distorts his underlying form: Remove the fangs of a lion and behold a toothless lion, not a domestic cat. This basic truth is applicable to all phases of life.

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