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    Bedside point of care ultrasound (POCUS) is increasingly being incorporated into patient care outside of the emergency department to help with decision making at the patient’s bedside. In what patient assessment situations can POCUS be used and what is its role in traditional...

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    As the end of residency draws near, you might be asking yourself what’s next? Many residents pursue further training by applying to subspecialty fellowships. Whether you are bound for cardiology, endocrinology, or rheumatology, you may be unsure how to start your application...

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    Throughout the past year, you've explored many future careers during your rotations. Month by month, you were a surgeon, then a dermatologist, then a pediatrician. But now it's time to prepare yourself for residency applications and plan for a career in your chosen specialty....

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    We have invited the residents and faculty from the Royal Melbourne Hospital Internal Medicine Residency Program to lead a journal club discussion about the NEJM article, "A Multicenter Trial of Vena Cava Filters in Severely Injured Patients" found...

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    The average annual cost of attending medical school is upwards of $250,000, and the average medical student graduates with debt approaching $200,000. Although physicians are still some of the highest paid professionals in the country, it may not feel like it during residency,...

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    We have invited the residents and faculty from the University of Vermont Internal Medicine Residency Program to lead a journal club discussion about the NEJM article, "C-Reactive Protein Testing to Guide Antibiotic Prescribing for COPD Exacerbations" found...

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    Bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa, and helminths: Nature has a host of invaders that attack our bodies every day and cause a wide range of acute and chronic diseases. It can be hard to make sense of them all and the infectious disease pager and consults always run hot,...

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    For medical students, residents, fellows, and attendings, opportunities for learning goes beyond the classroom. How should you approach bedside teaching? What are the most effective strategies for teaching procedures? How do you promote engagement at morning report and journal...

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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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    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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