The utility of smartphone apps for medical residents can outweigh their distractions, particularly given that the technology is native to younger generations of physicians.
Competency-Based Otolaryngology Training Is Becoming More of a Fixture, But Needs to Be Fully Developed
What Happens to Medical Students Who Don’t Match?
How Some Specialties Are Getting Innovative with Medical Residency Recruitment
Today’s residency programs are developing recruitment tools with an eye toward achieving high-performing residency classes whose trainees are a suitable fit for their programs’ culture and mission.
How the COVID-19 Pandemic Changed Medical Conferences
How to Create a Structured Otolaryngology Mentorship Program at the Residency Level
Publishers Are Making All COVID-19 Research Freely Available
Medical journals around the world are opening access to COVID-19-related research for public viewing to ensure timely access to information and to share research that may slow the pandemic.
At-Home vs. In-Home Calls: How Residency Programs Decide Which Option Is Best
There are pros and cons to at-home and in-home calls, but the biggest concern is educating the resident and caring for patients.
Do Training Programs Give Otolaryngology Residents the Necessary Tools to Do Productive Research?
Research training can vary from institution to institution, with some programs geared toward training otolaryngologists in private practice and others geared toward those who want to become academics or researchers.
Should USMLE Step 1 Change from Numeric Score to Pass/Fail?
Medical students described a negative academic climate to which they said USMLE Step 1 was contributing, a climate increasingly addled with competition over matching into subspecialties.
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