Residency

Resident Wellness in Graduate Medical Education (GME)

Editor’s Note: This post was previously published in Insights on Residency Training, which is hosted by NEJM Journal Watch. Happy Endings Living in Orlando, one cannot escape Disney. Disney movies are a delight, because one subconsciously anticipates that the happy ending is going to make up for...
| May 11th, 2017| Residency| 1 Comment|

Match Day 2017: The Right Residency Program for You

It’s Match Day 2017 — good luck today! We hope you read and followed our advice from August (in the blog post below) and are matched to the best program for you. It’s an emotional time, and you’re likely to remember your Match Day for the rest...
| March 17th, 2017| Internal Medicine| 0 Comments|

Communication After the Residency Interview: A Call for Professionalism

“You would be a great fit here,” a program director gushes in an email to an applicant after completing a residency interview. “I would be pleased to see you in our program this July,” writes another program director. “Know that we think very highly of you,” writes...
| February 9th, 2017| Learning| 0 Comments|

The Flipped Classroom in Medical School and Residency: A Q&A with Educator Benjamin R. Doolittle, MD

Flipped classrooms are becoming more and more popular with educators in the past few years. The concept is to teach the basics online and use face-to-face classroom and, in medicine, clinical time for more complex synthesis and application of knowledge and skills. I interviewed Benjamin R. Doolittle,...
| January 19th, 2017| Learning| 5 Comments|

Exploring the ACGME Core Competencies: Professionalism (Part 7 of 7)

A consistent set of standards for the training, continuing education, and evaluation of family practice and internal medicine providers is necessary to maintain a high level of quality care for all patients. As such, in 1999, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) defined and outlined...
| January 12th, 2017| Learning| 1 Comment|