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This content is private.In this competitive match environment, you must strategize to be successful. And creating your successful strategy starts with reviewing your residency application materials and the list of programs you’ve applied to with your advisor or student affairs dean. Get our checklist of resources and questions to ask to help you avoid going unmatched.
This content is private.Several factors —some financial, some career-related—influence the amount of money you’ll spend interviewing for residency. Navigating these sometimes competing interests requires a smart strategy to maximize both your dollars and your interview experiences.
This content is private.Many and, often, competing factors are involved in decisions about scheduling residency interviews. A smart interviewing strategy is necessary to be keenly aware of your priorities and resources and to lead you to confident, well-informed decisions.
This content is private.You want to attend only as many interviews as necessary to identify the programs that best fit and to successfully match. Here’s how to schedule your interviews to do just that.
This content is private.CiM staff attended a student affairs professional development conference that focused on the transition to residency. We listened to program director panels, heard horror and success stories of students going through the Match, and participated in sessions designed to impart the best wisdom and current practices in preparing for the application and residency process. Here's what we learned.
This content is private.A leave of absence is an option students can employ in response to an unexpected stressor in their life. We examine the reasons for a leave of absence, the decision to take one, and how to plan for a successful leave and return.
This content is private.Match Day was a momentous occasion, with plenty to celebrate for residency applicants. Read more about the results of the match.
This content is private.Congratulations to Benjamin Schneider, M.D. from the Oregon Health & Science University and Anita Pokorny, M.Ed. at Northeast Ohio Medical University for their outstanding work on career development with medical students.
This content is private.I scored 5 points lower on my Step 2 than my Step 1. How will a lower Step 2 score affect my residency application?
This content is private.During residency, Dr. Michelle Au switched from pediatrics to anesthesiology. In this interview, Dr. Au shares how she arrived at her decision, her career journey, and how she managed the switch.
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