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    Asking questions is an integral part of medical practice and the important first step in any research project. However, getting a research project started, completed, and published or presented during medical school or residency can be difficult. NEJM Resident 360 will host a...

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    The road from medical school to residency and even on to fellowship is paved with application deadlines, formal interviews, and rank lists. But what happens when you have finally completed training and it’s time to get that attending-level job? In this discussion, experts will...

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    We have invited the residents and faculty from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler’s Internal Medicine Residency Program to lead a journal club discussion about the NEJM article, "Targeted Temperature Management for Cardiac Arrest with Nonshockable Rhythm"...

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    More and more health information is available to patients on the Internet, and it can be tricky for patients and clinicians alike to distinguish between unhelpful, inaccurate information and true and useful information found on the Internet. Increasingly, clinicians must...

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    Quality improvement (QI) is a burgeoning field in healthcare that systematically evaluates and improves the efficiency and efficacy of healthcare delivery. Resident-led QI projects are now a mandatory component of many residency training programs globally. In this discussion,...

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    Ranking residency programs is an important part of the residency application process. The interview season will help you identify programs that fit your goals, interests, and personality. However, many residents find themselves fitting into several programs. When that happens,...

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    Despite completing a surgery rotation in medical school, many surgical and nonsurgical trainees still have daily questions that arise about initial evaluation, surgical technique and skill building, and principles of early recovery. We invite you to bring tough questions to...

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    The interaction between clinical medicine and medical engineering continues to increase in frequency and significance. Technology is present in every aspect of patient care, from prevention to diagnosis and treatment. How critical of a role will technology play in the future?...

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    We have invited the residents and faculty from the University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Internal Medicine Program to lead a journal club discussion about the NEJM article, "Dapagliflozin in Patients with Heart Failure and Reduced Ejection Fraction”...

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    Have you ever wondered when a cardiac MRI or an electrophysiological study might be helpful in the workup of a patient? Are you unsure about how and when to use new heart failure treatments? Whether you are a medical student, intern, resident, or beyond, you undoubtedly will...

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    Students often arrive in medical school already knowing what specialty to pursue, but for many, exposure to the different specialties throughout the clinical years can trigger a professional identity crisis. How do you decide what specialty to pursue for a lifetime? When...

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