Several medical residency parental leave policies have been introduced, but challenges persist around the implementation of a standardized parental leave for otolaryngology residents in the United States.
American Medical Association Promotes New Policies Aimed at Helping Medical Students, Residents
The American Medical Association (AMA) House of Delegates met in Honolulu in November 2022 to create a consensus on policies aimed at improving medical students’ and residents’ personal and professional […]
How Instagram Can Help Generate Medical Student Interest in Residency Programs
Offering medical students a means to learn more about residency programs via Instagram demonstrates one generation reaching out to the future members of the field.
How to Create a Structured Otolaryngology Mentorship Program at the Residency Level
How Coronavirus Has Impacted the Training of Medical Residents
Standardized Letter of Recommendation Adds Little to Residency Applications
Read this before using a standard letter of recommendation to apply for a medical residency.
Will Otolaryngology Match Numbers Continue to Rise?
In 2019 a total of 398 U.S. seniors applied for 328 otolaryngology positions. But will the rise in match numbers last?
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.
Letter from the Editor: We Have Thanksgiving, but How About a “Return to Idealism Day”?
December is the month of residency interviews, special days to soak up the fresh enthusiasm and re-energize.