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This content is private.Before you start exploring specialties, consider what you want in a specialty. If you know and can state your interests clearly, you can narrow the many possibilities that exist to a more manageable set of options to explore further. These preferences can also be used as criteria on which to evaluate specialties and practice settings in which to work.
This content is private.Decisions about your future specialty, residency program, and practice environment are based on who you are and what’s important to you. Before you can make sound decisions about your future, you need to clearly understand yourself.
This content is private.You’ve spent the time to thoughtfully proceed through each self-assessment. You even reviewed your results and read the information and guidance each report provided. But what does it mean? How should you apply this information in your career planning?
This content is private.The Specialty Indecision Scale (SIS) (currently in its second edition) uses 35 statements to gauge your concerns and conflicts in choosing your specialty. The SIS can help you determine where and how to start the process of choosing a specialty and, more importantly, learn how to overcome some of the difficulties you may be experiencing in making your choice later on.
This content is private.You've made your decision and you're ready to apply for residency. How should you spend your final year of medical school?
This content is private.During your third year of medical school, you are scheduling and attending clerkships, evaluating your residency options, and planning your fourth year.
This content is private.It's never too early to gain experience as you plan your career. Learn some strategies to make the most of your first and second years of medical school.
This content is private.Many claim few physicians choose primary care because of prohibitive debt levels, but surprisingly little evidence supports this assertion.
This content is private.What is the PVIPS? What values does the PVIPS include and what do they mean? How do I apply my PVIPS results in considering my physician career? Find the answers to all your questions.
This content is private.You want to help underserved communities or find the next big cure. You want to be a great doctor and have a life too. You want to be paid well. These statements are just a few examples of how values ...
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