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 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?
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.
Letter from the Editor: Medicine’s March Madness
Months of residency interviews, letter writing, and phone calls come down to one day to find out who we will spend the next five years training.
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.
What’s Hot in Surgical Education
Online Medical Resources for Otolaryngologists
ENTtoday’s list of science-based resources for otolaryngologists includes websites, medical indexes, podcasts, and videos that are all available for education and awareness about the world of otolaryngology.
Burnout in Medical Students, Residents on the Rise
Burnout at the early stages of a medical career can cause one to feel hopeless about medicine and/or oneself, and less empathetic toward patients.