PracticeLink Magazine

Winter 2019

The career development quarterly for physicians of all specialties, PracticeLink Magazine provides readers with feature articles, compensation stats, helpful job search tips—as well as recruitment ads from organizations across the U.S.

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82 W INTER 2019 PracticeLink.com ▼ T HE Qu AL I T y O f L I f E ISS u E D E P A R T M E N T S Snapshot i rina G. t rifonova, M.D. Employer: New York Presbyterian, Queens, New York Residency: Lincoln Medical Center (Bronx, New York), Weill Cornell Medical College, 2015 Fellowship: Pediatric hospital medicine fellowship, 2018 Trifonova enjoys reading and running. She has participated in a marathon, half marathons and a triathlon. What's your advice for residents beginning their job search? The most important thing is to know what you want. Take your time to think and write down what is important to you in your career. Right after interviews, I made myself notes about what I liked and didn't like about that particular site. It helped me later to make a final decision. What was the most important factor in your search for a new job? Location — would it work for my family? How did PracticeLink help you in your job search? One of my friends recommended PracticeLink Magazine to me and gave me his copy. I read it from the beginning to the end. Step by step, I simply used all the strategies recommended in PracticeLink Magazine, from refining my résumé and applying for the positions, preparing for phone and onsite interviews to learning how to budget the interview process. Even now, when I have my dream job (thanks to PracticeLink), I use the magazine to expand my knowledge on other aspects, such as financial fitness. I strongly recommend PracticeLink as a valuable tool and support in the exciting process of job search. Any other advice? Be open- minded. Go for the interview even if you don't think you'll end up there. It helps to build confidence in interviewing, compare different practices and build new relationships. It is a small world. You might see people who you interviewed with at conferences, or work on multicenter research projects in the futu re. Never burn bridges. "Step by step, I simply used all the strategies recommended in PracticeLink Magazine." See this issue's physicians in exclusive video interviews at Facebook.com/PracticeLink.

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