The utility of smartphone apps for medical residents can outweigh their distractions, particularly given that the technology is native to younger generations of physicians.
Competency-Based Otolaryngology Training Is Becoming More of a Fixture, But Needs to Be Fully Developed
What Happens to Medical Students Who Don’t Match?
Opening Doors: An Otolaryngologist Helps to Build Diversity
Carl M. Truesdale, MD, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgery fellow in Beverly Hills, recently wrote about his commitment to and experience in helping to diversify medicine during his residency in Michigan Medicine’s department of otolaryngology–head and neck surgery
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.
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 […]
Ethical Implications of Burnout in Residents
Burnout is a major issue that needs to be recognized, understood, and mitigated
How to Encourage Residents to Speak up
Encouraging communication at all levels is a cornerstone of medical education—and patient safety
New Initiatives Aim to Improve Residency Application, Program Evaluation
Standardized recommendation letters, a new residency program review process, and enhanced accreditation system seek to streamline admissions, uphold physician excellence