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Courtesy of Joshua Liao. On multiple levels, the work has been drastically different. ... We lean on each other for insight. We remember and emulate our role models.
They also assessed resident education by evaluating resident participation on rounds and measuring resident and attending educational ratings in surveys. ... An accompanying editorial echoed these limitations, calling for more research on the effects of
We'll debrief you on how to quickly hone in on the problematic allergen and treat it effectively. ... Finally, we debut “On Residency, “ a new occasional column by Joshua M.
I sat at my desk one year ago with a stack of residency recruitment materials, weighing an important decision. ... Instead, it's to learn something meaningful about our priorities and, having done so, select complementary residency programs.
Busy clinical environments and simultaneous obligations to inpatient and ambulatory patients complicate our efforts, as do the formal lectures, trainings and simulations that define residency. ... He is also a Northeastern region representative on the
Externally, things felt different almost immediately. Staff called me “Doctor,” and nurses acted on my input with confidence. ... accompanies the transition into residency.
Note: This article is based on an experience of Dr. Bradshaw's, which Dr. ... 1933;209:239-41. Forbes J. On Percussion of the Chest Being a Translation of Auenbrugger's Original Treatise.
Results were published by Annals of Internal Medicine on June 5 and appeared in the June 19 issue. ... An accompanying editorial echoed these limitations, calling for more research on the effects of supervision on medical errors and on residency training.