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NEJM Resident 360 provides the information, resources, and support you need to approach your rotations — and life as a trainee — with confidence. NEJM Resident 360 was created to help build foundational knowledge and supplement your curriculum while connecting you with a supportive community of your peers, as well as experts for clinical and professional insight.
Anyone may create an account on NEJM Resident 360. The site is geared towards medical students and residents, but may be useful to many other health professionals. Membership is open to anyone.
Access to blogs, podcasts, and discussions on NEJM Resident 360 is free. Access to Rotation Prep content requires an individual or institutional subscription to NEJM Knowledge+. The Internal Medicine Critical Care, Pediatrics Critical Care, and Interactive Learning Resources guides are freely available for you to explore. To learn more and subscribe to NEJM Knowledge+, visit here.
You need to create your NEJM Resident 360 account with the same email address that you use for NEJM Knowledge+ in order to automatically have access to Rotation Prep when you sign in. To change the email address for your existing NEJM Resident 360 account, sign in and hover and click on Account Settings in the upper right corner.
Click on the “Change Rotation” button next to the name of the specialty rotation you are currently viewing, or visit Rotation Prep to make a different selection.
In order to participate in discussions, you need to create an account on NEJM Resident 360, complete with a brief bio and photo.
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NEJM Resident 360 links to content on NEJM.org, Jwatch.org, and NEJM Knowledge+, and some of this content has additional requirements: