Your professional life should not automatically end when you face licensure difficulties (investigation, suspension, probation, disciplinary action, or loss of licensure).  More importantly, your personal life definitely does not end -- including your need to work in a meaningful job, support yourself and your family, contribute to your community, and participate as a functioning member of our society.  We offer you the following links to websites that may provide information on job and career opportunities for physicians that do not require a medical license:

*** Disclaimer:  This list is wholly composed of and maintained by the authors of the Oregon Physician Advocacy Group as a service to the users of this website.  None of these sites are officially endorsed by or affiliated with the Oregon Physician Advocacy Group.  None of them have requested or consented to have their names included on this list or on this website.  The authors of this website may add or delete names from this list at their sole discretion.  Translation:  Please don't sue us, we're just trying to help!  If your name is listed here and you would like it removed, or you are not included on this list but would like to be added, please e-mail the ORPAG website moderator at orpag1@yahoo.com.

http://www.NonClinicalJobs.com

http://www.fda.gov/AboutFDA/CentersOffices/CDER/ucm081244.htm

http://www.enterprisemed.com/non-clinical-physician-jobs.asp

http://www.prnresource.com

http://freelancemd.com/

http://nonclinicalcareers.com/pages/conf_testim...

https://www.medfusionconf.org/Default.aspx

Physician transition coach:

http://highagilityhealthcare.com/about_us.html

http://www.entrepreneurialmd.com/

Medical/pharma writing:

http://www.amwa.org

http://www.hittmedicalwriting.com/hmw/the-hittl...

http://sciencecareers.sciencemag.org/career_dev...

Misc:

http://www.biocrowd.com/jobs

This page last updated 5/12/2011.