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This content is private.I really want to do surgery, but also really want to have a family and time to enjoy life. Is there a way to have the best of both worlds?
This content is private.Being a surgeon is unlike any other career: you operate on people. You improve — and sometimes even save — lives.
This content is private.The fact that a physician could provide clinical care, teach, and conduct research made me realize it was very possible to become a surgeon and still find a balanced lifestyle.
This content is private.I’m more than halfway through my third year, and none of the specialties I’ve rotated through have really excited (or dissuaded) me. Is there a specialty that’s right for me, and how do I find it?
This content is private.I’m only a first year and still in my basic sciences coursework, but I feel pressure to start thinking about specialties. Why do I need to worry now about choosing a specialty?
This content is private.Congratulations to Kelliann Herman of the Lehigh Valley Health Network, Dr. Fidencio Saldaňa of Harvard Medical School, and the University of Missouri, Columbia, School of Medicine for their outstanding work on career development with medical students.
This content is private.Congratulations to Scott Davenport at the University of Minnesota Medical School as well as the University of Central Florida College of Medicine for their outstanding work providing advising services to medical students.
This content is private.We’re entering the Match as a couple — I’m applying to residency in pediatrics and my fiancé is applying in psychiatry. What factors should we consider to determine how many programs to apply to? How many interviews should we complete? And how can we maximize our rank order list so we have the best chance of matching together?
This content is private.Workforce data is one element to consider when choosing a specialty. The AAMC’s Physician Specialty Data Book provides national-level specialty data, including 5-year trends, about active physicians and physicians-in-training in the U.S. Learn more about the Physician Specialty Data Book.
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