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.
Why More MDs, Medical Residents Are Choosing to Pursue Additional Academic Degrees
Forgoing an additional academic degree, like business administration (MBA) and public health (MPH), may come at a cost in today’s increasingly complex and competitive healthcare environment.
What Physicians Need to Know about Investing Before Hiring a Financial Advisor
Working to pay off student debt while trying to save for retirement makes investing and financial planning an important part of physicians’ lives.
Tips to Help You Regain Your Sense of Self
Because our casts can be so different, generic one-size-fits-all wellness advice can fall short, but here are some things that can help you regain your sense of self.
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.
How Writing Helps a Medical Resident Better Care for Patients
ENTtoday spent a few minutes with Alessandra Colaianni, a surgical resident at Massachusetts Eye and Ear, to find out how she keeps up with her passion for non-fiction writing, while maintaining a busy schedule.
How Physicians Can Build a Network to Boost Their Career
The power of networking shouldn’t be lost on otolaryngologists, particularly early-career physicians, fellows, and residents.
How To Survive the First Year of Medical Residency
How to thrive during the first year of residency
9 Tips For Surviving the First Year of Medical Residency
While you may have to be the best and brightest in medical school to nab an otolaryngology residency, intelligence alone won’t get a physician through the grueling, sleep-deprived years of […]
ACGME Revises Cap on Resident Work Hours
Agency now allows 24-Hour Shifts for first-year residents
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