Applications For the Early Career Section Editorial Team Due March 1

The Early Career Section is seeking highly motivated individuals to join the 2022-2023 Early Career Section editorial team. This page is dedicated to publishing content relevant to early career physicians in their first seven years post-graduation. Articles will cover a variety of topics, such as career and clinical practice choices, tips and reflections, financial planning, coding and billing, practice settings and College-related activities. Interested members are strongly encouraged to apply. This is a great opportunity to get involved with the College and provide your peers with information and opinion pieces via blog-style articles. Editorial team members will be responsible for writing two to three articles during their one-year term. Selected individuals will be expected to begin their one-year tenure, effective April 1.

Please include any editorial experience, current or prior engagement with the ACC (committees or councils to which you have applied or served) and how you would use this opportunity to engage EC members. The application deadline has been extended to March 1. Submit your application today!

See below for available editor positions:

  1. Career Choices (four positions): Content pieces should highlight early career choices (e.g. heart failure, structural heart disease, research etc.), steps taken to accomplish these career goals, lessons learned and recommendations for aspiring early career physicians.
  2. Clinician Wellbeing (two positions): Content pieces should highlight stories and recommendations for early career physicians to achieve and maintain wellness and work-life balance.
  3. Coding and Billing (three positions): Selected candidates will produce articles and coding case quizzes on appropriate coding and billing. Applicants for this position are required to submit a sample of coding case quiz with their application.
  4. Financial Planning (two positions): Articles would focus on financial planning recommendations for early career physicians.
  5. Practice Settings (four positions): One position each for private practice, academics, hospital employed group (non-academic), novel/hybrid/innovative practices (e.g. industry healthcare positions). Articles would focus on the interesting insights regarding your practice setting, and recommendations for early career physicians in similar practice settings.
  6. International (three positions available): Applicants for this position are expected to be early career physicians practicing in a country outside the United States and Canada. Articles should review subjects/topics of interest to international early career physicians.

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