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    Making your way through medical school, residency, and maybe fellowship involves a progression through exams, applications, and interviews. What happens when you have finally completed training and it’s time to turn all of that education into an employed position? In this...

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    Here we go again — another year of virtual interviews for residency and fellowship. Virtual interviews can pose a new set of challenges for interviewees. Join us as we explore the similarities and differences from in-person interviews. Walk away with tips on how to get the...

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    Research is key to moving the field of medicine further and improving clinical practice. However, getting project designs started, completed, and published or presented during medical school or residency can be difficult. NEJM Resident 360 will host a discussion to help...

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    You just spent the last 10+ years in higher education and it is finally time to apply for your first job. A distinction is often drawn between jobs in academia versus community medicine. What are the pros and cons for each, and which is the best fit for you? Join us as we...

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    Increasingly, medical schools are offering the option of dual degrees, residents are using dedicated research time to pursue these degrees, and attendings are going back to school for these degrees. Is the dual degree worth the time and tuition? We will discuss common...

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    Ranking residency programs is an important conclusion to the residency application process, particularly now as the challenges presented by COVID-19 continue. The virtual interview season will help you identify programs that fit your goals, interests, and personality. However,...

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    Residency requires long, hard hours and the pay isn’t that great. You’ve heard of colleagues getting gigs moonlighting on the side, and it sure does sound tempting. Should you do it? What are some questions to consider? Are some specialties geared more for moonlighting? Do...

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    As a resident, you are on the front lines of patient care. You are in the hospital overnight admitting new patients, starting their diagnostic workups, and initiating important treatments. It sometimes feels like the number of tests to order is unlimited. Yet, health care...

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    Giving difficult news is one of the hardest skills that a doctor must master. For trainees, it can be an especially daunting task. We have to juggle insecurities about the depth of our knowledge of the patient's illness, our emotional responses to the situation, our natural...

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