Event Format CareerMD Career Fairs provide employers with an opportunity to meet job-seeking residents and fellows in a comfortable, relaxed setting. Upon arriving at the event for set-up, each exhibitor will be assigned to a table. CareerMD provides signage for each table that displays the exhibitor’s name, along with the specialties and states for which the exhibitor is recruiting. Residents and fellows may then walk through the event and stop at exhibitor tables to meet employers of interest.

Event Preparation
Extensive information about each exhibitor is distributed to residents and fellows in advance of the Career Fair. Once you register for an event, it is important that you then log in to CareerMD to post your current vacancies (to do so, log in and click the Post/Edit Jobs link). You may also wish to update your Employer Profile, to provide residents and fellows with additional information about your organization such as details regarding the communities in which you operate and the philosophy and history of your organization.

Attendee Guidelines

Exhibitors are provided with a 6' x 1.5' skirted table and complimentary table signage that displays your organization name and the specialties and states for which you recruit. Exhibitors may bring any materials they wish for distribution to residents and fellows, including brochures, flyers, handouts, giveaways, etc. Exhibitors may also bring tablecloths if they wish, and/or laptops or tablets (please note, however, that CareerMD cannot guarantee access to electricity or internet). Booths, floor banners and tabletop displays are not permitted.

Giveaways (e.g., pens, stress balls, water bottles, mouse pads)
Literature for distribution (e.g., brochures, flyers, handouts, business cards)
Laptops and Tablets
Small tabletop displays not to exceed 18" x 13" (e.g., flyers displayed on easels, mini retractable displays such as http://www.displayit.com/banner-stands/table-top/reveal-mini-retractable-banner-stand.aspx

NOT Permitted:
Floor banners or displays
Large table top displays with dimensions that exceed 18" x 13"

Hotels, Parking, and Shipping
CareerMD has arranged a group rate of $169 on the night of the event. Call (800) 336-3335 for reservations and ask for the CareerMD rate. Reservations must be made by June 25, 2012, to qualify for the group rate.

Past Participation
How many residents and fellows have participated in this event in past years? Consult the table below for historical registration statistics.

1/6/2016 - 137 Residents & Fellows
3/3/2015 - 129 Residents & Fellows
7/1/2014 - 112 Residents & Fellows
7/22/2013 - 136 Residents & Fellows
7/19/2012 - 124 Residents & Fellows
1/10/2011 - 112 Residents & Fellows
3/8/2010 - 88 Residents & Fellows
1/21/2009 - 101 Residents & Fellows

Candidate Data
Once you register for an event, you may log in to CareerMD at any time to review information about residents and fellows who have pre-registered to attend. After the event, you may also log in to download a complete list of candidates who attended. Information available about each candidate typically includes name, email, training data, citizenship status and geographic preferences.

Who's Invited: Teaching Hospitals in the Area
All residents and fellows training at the following nearby teaching hospitals will be invited to attend this event:

Teaching HospitalCityState
University of Tennessee College of Medicine-ChattanoogaChattanoogaTN
Sports, Orthopedics, and Spine Educational FoundationJacksonTN
Meharry Medical College School of MedicineNashvilleTN
University of Tennessee Graduate School of MedicineKnoxvilleTN
Vanderbilt University Medical CenterNashvilleTN

Participating Specialties and Subspecialties
Residents and fellows training in the following specialties and subspecialties will be invited to attend this event:

Internal MedicineSurgeryPediatrics
AnesthesiologyEmergency MedicineFamily Medicine
Obstetrics and GynecologyPsychiatryRadiology-Diagnostic
Cardiovascular Disease (IM)Orthopaedic SurgeryPathology-Anatomic and Clinical
NeurologyUrologyHematology and Oncology (IM)
Internal Medicine/PediatricsOtolaryngologyTransitional Year
Preventive MedicineNephrology (IM)Ophthalmology
Infectious Disease (IM)Clinical Neurophysiology (N)Plastic Surgery
Surgical Critical Care (GS)DermatologyPulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine (IM)
Gastroenterology (IM)Critical Care Medicine (AN)Neurological Surgery
Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine (PD)Child Neurology (N)Pediatric Critical Care Medicine (PD)
Pediatric Cardiology (PD)Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (P)Pediatric Anesthesiology (AN)
Allergy and ImmunologyVascular Surgery (GS)Pediatric Gastroenterology (PD)
Radiation OncologyPediatric Emergency Medicine (PD)Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism (IM)
Pain Medicine (AN)Nuclear MedicinePediatric Hematology/Oncology (PD)
Pediatric Infectious Diseases (PD)Pulmonary Disease (IM)Rheumatology (IM)
Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology (AN)Interventional Cardiology (IM)Vascular and Interventional Radiology (DR)
Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology (IM)Sleep Medicine (IM)Sports Medicine (FM)
Thoracic SurgeryHematology (PTH)Neuroradiology (DR)
Pediatric Endocrinology (PD)Pediatric Sports Medicine (PD)Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery
Neurotology (OTO)Pediatric Surgery (GS)Pediatric Urology (U)
Selective Pathology (PTH)Pediatric Pulmonology (PD)Pediatric Radiology (DR)
Vascular Neurology (N)Colon and Rectal SurgeryCytopathology (PTH)
Hospice and Palliative Medicine (FM)Geriatric Medicine (IM)Molecular Genetic Pathology (MG and PTH)
Musculoskeletal Oncology (ORS)Neuromuscular Medicine (N)Obstetric Anesthesiology (AN)
Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (ORS)Psychosomatic Medicine (P)Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology (IM)
Hand Surgery (ORS)Pediatric Otolaryngology (OTO)Transplant Hepatology (IM)
Developmental-Behavior Pediatrics (PD)Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology (D)Pediatric Pathology (PTH)
Pediatric Rheumatology (PD)Blood Banking/Transfusion Medicine (PTH)Emergency Medical Services (EM)
Geriatric Medicine (FM)Geriatric Psychiatry (P)Neuropathology (PTH)