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.
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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 residency. Being competitive may propel a medical school student forward, but competing with fellow residents will probably have the opposite effect. Here’s how otolaryngologists survive—and […]