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The Residency Interview: How To Make the Best Possible Impression
The Residency Interview: How To Make the Best Possible Impression
THE RESIDENCY INTERVIEW. These words make every applicant nervous. This MedEdits guide provides applicants with insight about the residency interview process as well as a general framework to dramatically improve their confidence on interview day. This book is based on Dr. Jessica Freedman's experience in residency admissions while on faculty at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City and her observations while privately advising residency applicants with MedEdits ( Get practical advice on: 1) How to prepare for your interview 2) What to expect on interview day 3) The different types of interviewers 4) What information you must convey during your interview 5) How to structure your answers and direct your interview 6) What to wear, how to behave on tours, lunches, "night be- fore" gatherings and many other topics

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The site of the 1857 mutiny in Lucknow. The British residents of The Residency, were killed in that fateful year. The crumbling walls bear testimony to the bullet and canon holes. Men, women and children alike lost their lives. It is always a poignant experience walking through these ruins and no matter how often I visit them, the sense of awe never leaves me. Seen here are some gaping windows, a sad reminder of a glorious past. They are of The Treasury, which surprisingly is located just by the huge wooden gates. Perhaps a testimony of the confidence and security of the British? So ironic if considered today...
Residency Staff
Residency Staff
The residency staff, our de facto host family in Cuba, poses on the roof. Clockwise from top right: Chino, residency head; Milady, our gracious and talented cook; Giovanni, building manager; and Maria, our surrogate (grand)mother. Per the Cuban tendency, three of the four are nicknames. I won't tell you which.

hotel karl residency
hotel karl residency
Staying Human During Residency Training, Fourth Edition: How to Survive and Thrive after Medical School
Known as an invaluable resource by thousands of doctors across North America, Staying Human during Residency Training is a concise manual designed for medical students, interns, residents and fellows in all areas of specialization. Covering every aspect of a resident's life from choosing a residency program, to coping with stress, enhancing self-care, and protecting personal and professional relationships, this fourth edition updates important material with new references, resources, and websites.
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Informative, compassionate, and professional, this new edition will again show why Staying Human during Residency Training is a veritable bible for medical students and new physicians pursuing postgraduate training.