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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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.
The power of networking shouldn’t be lost on otolaryngologists, particularly early-career physicians, fellows, and residents.
How to thrive during the first year of 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 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 […]
Agency now allows 24-Hour Shifts for first-year residents
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Medical educators push for less memorization and more focus on how to search for information
Vanderbilt University Leadership Training Program for otolaryngology residents teaches leadership skills within medical residency