Job hunting can be a stressful process, and there’s a lot to consider when navigating your next career move. That’s why we’ve created a comprehensive guide to help you determine what questions you should be asking during the interview process, your non-negotiables, and what a career in telepsychiatry might look like.
We hope this checklist helps you make the right decisions for your long-term psychiatry career — all while maintaining the work-life balance you’ve always dreamed of.
For many providers, telepsychiatry can tick all the boxes. But one of the reasons Iris providers love it so much is because of the low-stress environment. Because of the nature of remote work, the computer screen can help create a barrier that gives providers time to step away, take movement breaks, and ultimately help lower compassion fatigue.
Telepsychiatry can also help patients feel more comfortable, creating a greater sense of privacy that may help them open up more than they might in person.
If you’re interested in learning more about telepsychiatry positions at Iris, you can visit our psychiatry careers page or read through our clinician FAQ.