Medical Student Perspectives: How to Be Successful in your Third-Year Clerkships
The third year of medical school is arguably one of the most important years of your medical career. It is also one of the most challenging and rewarding years at the same time.
My Kind of Medicine: Elizabeth Warner, M.D.
When Dr. Ruth Hoppe talks about her patients, her eyes glow. This is the image Dr. Elizabeth Warner sees when she thinks of her most influential mentor. She also thinks about what a great communicator Ruth is and how she uses her talent for it to put people at ease.
Internal Medicine Interest Group of the Month: Stanford University
At the Stanford University School of Medicine, the Stanford Internal Medicine Interest Group (IMIG) is entering a new stage. Having restarted our group 18 months ago, we enjoy the enthusiastic support of faculty, staff, and residents who have shared their experiences about internal medicine with students exploring future careers.
Winning Abstracts from the 2007 Medical Student Abstract Competition: Severe Carnitine Deficiency Leading to Hyperammonemic Encephalopathy
Carnitine deficiency is an uncommon finding in adults that can lead to hyperammonemia and encephalopathy. We present a case of hyperammonemia that did not respond to traditional therapy until deficient carnitine stores were repleted.
Selected Career Paths: Highlights about Careers in Internal Medicine: Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics (Med-Peds) is the dual training in and dual practice of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Physicians practicing Med-Peds see both adults and children in a wide variety of practice settings and practice styles.
Advocacy Briefs: Enroll in ACP’s Key Contact Program
ACP’s continued success on Capitol Hill greatly depends on year-round grassroots efforts from the College’s nearly 4,500 Key Contacts.
Internal Medicine Residency Program Fast Facts
Brooklyn Hospital Center, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, and University of Nevada School of Medicine.
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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 MKPROMO! Order now.
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