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Residency Diary: Intern Year Part 2 (April-June)-Teams in Residency.

Residency Diary: Second Year-Day One.

A Comparison of Residency Applications and Match Performance in 3-Year vs 4-Year Family Medicine Training Programs.

The optimal length of residency training in family medicine is under debate. This study compared applicant type, number of applicants, match positions filled, matched applicant type, and ranks to fill between 3-year (3YR) and 4-year (4YR) residencies.

A 15-year Profile of US Radiation Oncology Residency Growth by Geographic Region, Metropolitan Size and Program Size.

The size and growth of US radiation oncology (RO) residency positions has important implications for the RO workforce. There are no data on residency growth by geographic region, major urban centers, and program size. We aim to fill this gap.

Measuring Diet Intake and Gastrointestinal Symptoms in Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Validation of the Food and Symptom Times Diary.

Patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) identify food as a trigger for the onset or worsening of gastrointestinal symptoms. Despite this, there is no published validated contemporaneous food and symptom diary to investigate the association between diet and IBS symptoms. The objective of this prospective observational study was to assess the construct validity of a novel food diary and symptom questionnaire, the Food and Symptom Times (FAST) diary, and the predictive validity of the food diary component...

Fostering Meaning in Residency to Curb the Epidemic of Resident Burnout: Recommendations From Four Chief Medical Residents.

Burnout has become commonplace in residency training, affecting more than half of residents and having negative implications for both their well-being and their ability to care for patients. During the authors' year as chief medical residents at Brigham and Women's Hospital in 2017-2018, they became intimately familiar with the burnout epidemic in residency training. The authors argue that addressing resident burnout requires residency programs and teaching hospitals to focus not on the individual contribut...

Motivations to Pursue Physical Therapy Residency Training: A Q-Methodology Study of Stakeholder Perspectives.

Residency training is recognized as a valuable form of professional development and pathway to specialization. Currently residency is voluntary for physical therapists, with less than 12 percent of DPT students choosing to apply upon graduation. Motivations that drive the decision to pursue residency are currently unknown, as is the extent of similarity and difference in perspective among various stakeholders.

Post-interview Thank-you Communications Influence Both Applicant and Residency Program Rank Lists in Emergency Medicine.

The National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) allows post-interview contact between residency applicants and residency programs. Thank-you communications represent one of the most common forms, but data on their value to applicants and program directors (PD) are limited. The objective of this study was to assess the effect of thank-you communications on applicant- and residency-program rank lists.

Implementation of the flipped residency research model to enhance residency research training.

The attainment of fundamental research skills to create and disseminate new knowledge is imperative for the advancement of pharmacy practice. Research training is an important component of postgraduate residency training; however, the traditional model of performing residency research has several limitations that have hindered the ability of residents to complete high-quality research projects. Therefore, our institution developed and implemented the flipped residency research model with the 2013-2014 pharm...

Charles Blagden's diary: Information management and British science in the eighteenth century.

This paper examines the diary of Charles Blagden, physician and secretary of the Royal Society between 1784 and 1797. It argues that the form and content of Blagden's diary developed in response to manuscript genres from a variety of contexts, including the medical training that Blagden undertook at the start of his career, the genre of the commonplace book, and contemporary travel narratives. Blagden was interested in the workings of memory and in the association of ideas. This paper reveals the diary's na...

Final-year student diary.

Careers' vet student diarist Rosie Perrett has qualified as a vet and looks forward to working in practice.

Can Professionalism Mini-Evaluation Exercise Scores Predict Medical Residency Performance? Validity Evidence Across Five Longitudinal Cohorts.

The residency admissions process is a high-stakes assessment system with the purpose of identifying applicants who best meet standards of the residency program and the medical specialty. Prior studies have found that professionalism issues contribute significantly to residents in difficulty during training. This study examines the reliability (internal structure) and predictive (relations to other variables) validity evidence for a standardized patient (SP)-based Professionalism Mini-Evaluation Exercise (P-...

Pain vs. comfort diary: A fully remote app-based experiment.

Focusing on pain while completing a pain diary might have detrimental effects on pain intensity. Inverted comfort ratings might be used instead.

A strategic evidence-based framework for international medical graduates (IMGs) applying to dermatology residence in the United States: a literature review.

Dermatology is one of the least diverse medical fields, partly owing to the low number of international medical graduates that apply and match to dermatology residency programs in the United States each year. Our objective was to determine and outline the factors that can increase competitiveness of international applicants interested in applying to dermatology residency in the U.S. Higher match rates for IMGs were associated with several applicant-dependent characteristics, including higher USMLE scores, h...

Development of a community-academic collaborative pharmacy residency program.

To describe the development of a collaborative community-academic postgraduate year 1 pharmacy residency program in San Diego that provides a hybrid experience of opportunities in community practice, ambulatory care, and teaching.

Correlation of Mock Board Examination Scores During Anatomic Pathology Residency Training with Performance on the Certifying Examination.

Mock board exams are common in residency programs across many disciplines. However, the value of mock board results in predicting success on the actual certifying examination is largely anecdotal and undocumented. The University of Tennessee anatomic pathology residency program has a long history of giving mock board exams twice a year during the course of the 3-year diagnostic training program. The mock exams give residents a sense of the types of questions that may appear on the actual certifying examinat...

Global Radiology Training Prevalence Among Radiology Residency Programs.

Global Radiology aims to enhance access to medical imaging services and education, worldwide. To date, few reports have evaluated Global Radiology Training (GRT) in radiology residency programs. Here, we examined how radiology residency programs perceive and incorporate GRT into their curriculum, and how this information is promoted online.

Effect of an ICU Diary on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms Among Patients Receiving Mechanical Ventilation: A Randomized Clinical Trial.

Keeping a diary for patients while they are in the intensive care unit (ICU) might reduce their posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms.

Surgery Program Director Turnover Correlates With Residency Graduate Failure on American Board of Surgery Examinations in Civilian Residency Programs.

The Review Committee for Surgery requires a minimum program director (PD) tenure of 6 years. The impact of PD turnover on the performance of program graduates is unknown. We hypothesize that (1) the majority of PDs step down before 6-year tenure and (2) higher PD turnover is associated with higher failure rate on American Board of Surgery (ABS) examinations.

How the Reputation of Orthopaedic Residency Programs Is Associated with Orthopaedic Fellowship Match Results.

The primary goal of the present study was to determine if applicants from higher-ranking U.S. orthopaedic surgery residency programs match at a more desired position on their fellowship match-rank list compared with those applicants from lower-ranked residency programs.

Evolution of an Accelerated 3-Year Pathway to the MD Degree: The Experience of New York University School of Medicine.

The revision of the curriculum at New York University School of Medicine in 2010, with a reduction of the preclerkship curriculum to 18 months, made it possible to offer an accelerated 3-year pathway in 2013 for students who know their career path. The goals of the program include individualizing education, reducing student debt, and integrating undergraduate and graduate medical education. This accelerated 3-year doctor of medicine (3YMD) pathway is the first program of its kind in the United States to off...

The Pediatric Match Frenzy: An Overview and an Approach for Mentoring Medical Students.

Applying for a pediatric residency position has become an increasingly stressful event and recently medical educators have described it as a "Match Frenzy." Match statistics demonstrate increased competition for pediatric residency positions and a record number of applications. Faculty who mentor medical students are now challenged to counsel them through the intensified process and pediatric residency programs are now forced to navigate the rising number of applications. We define the Match Frenzy and its ...

Use of Standardized Letters of Recommendation for Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Applications: A Single-Institution Retrospective Review.

Standardized letters of recommendation (SLORs) were introduced to provide a more objective method of evaluating applicants for orthopaedic surgery residency positions. We sought to establish whether there exists an association between the SLOR summative rank statement (SRS), which is a question that asks the letter-writing authors where they would rank a student relative to other applicants, and success in matching into orthopaedic surgery residency.

Current Trends in Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Applications and Match Rates.

The current U.S. orthopaedic residency application process is becoming increasingly impersonal in the wake of an increasing number of applications. Through an analysis of orthopaedic surgery residency application statistics, we have highlighted the effect that the number of orthopaedic applications has on match rate, and we have suggested methods for a more personalized application process.

Residency Interview Invitations: A Call to Action.

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