Academic Medicine®, the AAMC's monthly, peer-reviewed journal, is an international forum for the exchange of ideas and information important to medical schools and teaching hospitals.
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Residencies and Fellowships
ERAS® is a service that transmits fellowship applications, letters of recommendation, medical student performance evaluation (MSPE), medical school transcript, USMLE transcript, COMLEX transcript, and personal statement(s) from you and your Designated Dean’s Office–the ERAS Fellowships Documents Office (EFDO)–to fellowship program directors.
FindAResident® is a year-round service for residents and fellows who want to change specialties, change location, or switch residency or fellowship programs.
The NRMP manages the Main Residency Match® and the Specialties Matching Service®, which includes Matches for more than 40 fellowship subspecialties.
The Global Health Program provides mentorship and global health research opportunities for early stage investigators from the U.S. and low- and middle-income countries.
The smart financial choices you make today will positively affect your quality of life for years to come. FIRST offers a full range of resources and tools that can help.
The purpose of the AAMC Survey of Resident/Fellow Stipends and Benefits is to provide benchmarking data for AAMC-member institutions to use in setting resident/fellow stipends for the next academic year.
Managing Federal student loan payments while in residency can be difficult. Income-Based Repayment (IBR) may offer manageable payments and may count toward Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF).
Organize and track your loans, then view sample repayment scenarios with the Medloans® Organizer and Calculator, the only Web tool of its kind developed for medical students.
Tools for Residents
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