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Making the Switch: Transitioning from Private Practice to Academics

with Dr. Amy Taylor and Dr. Aparna Baheti

Dr. Aparna Baheti and Dr. Amy Taylor discuss the considerations around returning to academic interventional radiology after starting a career in private practice.

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Ep 174 Making the Switch: Transitioning from Private Practice to Academics with Dr. Amy Taylor and Dr. Aparna Baheti
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Dr. Amy Taylor discusses Making the Switch: Transitioning from Private Practice to Academics on the BackTable 174 Podcast

Dr. Amy Taylor

Dr. Amy Taylor is a practicing interventional radiologist and assistant professor of radiology and medical imaging at University of Virginia.

Dr. Aparna Baheti discusses Making the Switch: Transitioning from Private Practice to Academics on the BackTable 174 Podcast

Dr. Aparna Baheti

Dr. Aparna Baheti is a practicing Interventional Radiologist in Tacoma, Washington.

Synopsis

In this episode, interventional radiologist Dr. Amy Taylor and our host Dr. Ally Baheti discuss factors that can facilitate the transition from private practice to academic medicine.

Dr. Taylor speaks about the course that her career has taken since she completed her fellowship. She highlights contrasts between the private and academic spheres, noting that each allows freedom in different aspects of the job. She encourages IRs to take sufficient time to evaluate their culture fit in their current roles before deciding to transition.

When navigating her transition back into academic medicine, Dr. Taylor notes that her former fellowship attendings provided strong support and advice. She advocates for normalizing conversations about career changes.

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