Excelling in Your Internal Medicine Clerkship
The internal medicine inpatient clerkship is a unique experience—an opportunity to care directly for patients, see first-hand a variety of acute and chronic illnesses, and develop the skills that are the basis of competent physician’s practice. It’ll be one of the first times you’ll really appreciate that the second year of medical school is behind you, and your life as a physician has finally begun.
Internal Medicine Interest Group of the Month: University of Minnesota
One of our staple activities is the “M&Ms with Peanuts” series, in which first- and second-year students are encouraged to attend the Department of Medicine's weekly morbidity and mortality conference. After the presentation and discussion, students hang around and discuss the cases with the chief residents for about 15 minutes. No preparation is required for either the students or the chiefs, making it easy to plan and run.
Letter to the Editor: Response to "The Match Revealed" in August 2005 Issue
The Match Algorithm has a tremendous impact on our professional careers when it assigns young physicians to their residency programs. Making the Match favor students has long been a goal of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA). Prior to 1996, the Match algorithm favored residency programs. AMSA pushed for change so that the algorithm now favors students.
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MKSAP 16 Holiday Special: Save 10%
Use MKSAP 16 to earn MOC points, prepare for ABIM exams and assess your clinical knowledge. For a limited time save 10% when you use priority code MK16TOP2!
Will You be Stumped? Try the Consult Guys and Earn Free CME
The Consult Guys have another stumper! How would you handle this case? Watch the video and take the CME quiz.