I was wondering..I want to get into a surgery program in the US.
Let's say I work for free. in addition to a good CV with high usmle scores..which means they accept me as a resident in their program but unpaid..I dont have a problem with that as long as it increase my chance of getting into...
one friend told me before that u should have money enough for life expenses during 1st year of residency as u will not get paid until the end of 1st year..i.e u will receive annual salary not monthly one..is that right??
What do program directors think of residents wanting to leave their program and transferring to another more academic/research based program, so that eventually they have a shot of getting a fellowship spot.
I am talking about IM and its sub-specialties.
Do they take the money out of the paycheck ?
DO they do it for people with J-1 Visa or H1-B ?
I heard is less for one.
Also how much do they take out. Can we put things like spouse/children/housing/food to expenses.
Hi i would like to know if taking break after PGY1 for about 9 months is permitted ? do hospitals even do that ?....can i skip that one year and apply for PGY 2 at the same hospital/or diff hospital the following year ? or do i have to start all over again ?.and what would be my chances of...
is there anyway of knowing the cost of residency programs in different colleges. Also, if one takes the exam in Texas, can one apply for residency in the other states as well or is it limited to Texas
This is a document that I created after I had completed my internship. This was my attempt to help interns perform well during internship. Internship is a time when you need a quick reference to deal with common issues on the floors. Hope this is of some help!
As I searched throughout the forum I didn`t find any discussions on this.
But I think the problem is actual as Hep C is a world-spread desease, and doctors are not secure of it either.
So the question is: can a person with hep C become a physiсian in the US?
If yes, what...
I have a question pretty important for me. I know that residency programs do not expect any procedures from an IMG before residency starts. They are supposed to learn them during the residency. But what about Ultrasound and other bedside imaging? will they learn it during residency or...
I got prematch in Psychiatry in a very good program this year. Actually this year I had applied to 100 Internal Medicine programs and 15 Psychiatry programs. I got 16 interviews in IM and few interviews in Psychiatry.
My credentials are:
STEP 1: 232
STEP 2CK: 241
STEP 2CS: PASS
I have an idea, please guide if its practically possible. I will take which ever residency I get then reapply the next year. if i get a better residency next year, I will change my residency next year. Is it possible?
the reason i will do this, i want a very good residency at the best institute...