The IPSIS Post-Fellowship Guide

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Watch the free Post Fellowship Guide webinar on securing the “right” contract and nailing that first critical year as an attending interventional pain medicine physician.

  • What are the real factors you should be weighing to identify your ideal path to attending physician?
  • When should new attending physicians tell their department/chair “no” — and what questions should always be answered with “yes”?
  • How do successful new attending physicians avoid burnout?
  • What regrets do attending physicians have that make them wish for a “do-over” first year?

Your panel includes:

  • Heidi Chen, MD, an Attending Spine Physiatrist at VUMC/Assistant Professor of PM&R at Vanderbilt University Medical School in Nashville, who completed a fellowship at OSS Health in York, Pennsylvania;
  • Max Epstein, MD, an Interventional Spine Physiatrist and Instructor in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Spaulding Rehabilitation/Massachusetts General Hospital, who completed a fellowship at the University of Utah Hospital; 
  • Guilherme Ferreira Dos Santos, MD, a Senior Specialist and Pain Medicine Clinical Lead at the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, who completed a fellowship at the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, University of Toronto; and
  • Amrita Prasad, MBBS, a Physiatrist and Pain Physician working in private practice in Queensland, Australia, who completed a pain fellowship with the Faculty of Pain Medicine, at the Australia New Zealand College of Anaesthetists.

The panel is moderated by IPSIS Early Career Council Chair, Alexandra Fogarty, MD, a fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School in Boston, who also serves on the IPSIS Board as an Early Career Physician; and Christopher Robinson, MD, PhD, an anesthesiology resident at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

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