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    An estimated 800,000 new research articles are published in the biomedical field each year. With so much new research, how can residents and medical students keep up and stay informed? How do we differentiate between the most relevant articles and those that are not? And how...

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    We have invited the residents and faculty from the MetroWest Medical Center Internal Medicine Residency Program to engage in a journal club discussion about an article whose title will be announced at the time of its publication. The discussion will focus on what the results...

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    Congratulations! You’ve matched! In just a few short months, you will receive your medical degree and begin your residency program. But what should you do until then? Read as much as you can about interpretation of ABGs and workup of chest pain? Put the books down, travel and...

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    The moment has finally arrived…it’s time to put on your short white coat, head to the wards, immerse yourself in the world of clinical medicine, and learn how to take care of patients. Far away from lectures and textbooks, you may worry that you don’t know enough during...

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    Whether it’s internal medicine, primary care, endocrinology, emergency medicine or surgery, womens’ health questions present themselves in a range of specialties far beyond OBGYN. When should HRT be commenced? How best to counsel and manage a woman with menorrhagia? What...

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    Clinical training is a priority during medical school and residency, but trainees shouldn’t put the rest of their lives on hold. How can you maximize your efficiency in and out of the hospital to live your best trainee life? Join our panel of experts and moderators as they...

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    SAT, MCAT, USMLE, CK, CS, ABIM -- the road to becoming a physician is littered with an alphabet soup of hurdles. Although multiple choice questions are not part of real-life patient care, performing poorly on any of these standardized exams can jeopardize one’s aspiration of...

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    Congratulations, you've made it through four grueling years of medical school, and now people call you Doctor! But with great power comes great responsibility. You want to do everything possible to not contribute to the "July effect" - the 10% increase in medical errors in...

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