Should You Take a Break After Your Oncology Fellowship?

Ignatius Nyatsanza, MD
Published: Sunday, Sep 01, 2019
Ignatius Nyatsanza, MD, a hematologist/oncologist at Advocate Health Care

Ignatius Nyatsanza, MD

Imagine you are approaching the end of your fellowship training. Soon all the arduous years of study since medical school will be behind you. You may have even secured your dream job by now or be winding down your search. One question: What are you going to do between completing your fellowship and starting your new job? Rather than letting this be an afterthought, give the question more consideration, especially because for many of us, this may be the only opportunity for a long break before retirement.

Ignatius Nyatsanza, MD, is a hematologist/oncologist at Advocate Health Care.
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