Like any first impression, the electronic messages (DocMails in our case) you send to physician candidates let them judge based solely on your tone, punctuation and writing ability. Effective communication takes time: time to formulate thoughts; time to figure out what you’re really trying to say; and time to write your message out in a clear way. It’s not just what you say, but how you say it!
Over the years, our Doximity Talent Finder Client Success Team has seen some very effective DocMail messages and some not so effective ones too. We asked them to share some examples of what NOT to do when writing messages to clinicians - check them out below.