As a program coordinator, you hold your entire residency program together, and are responsible for tasks ranging from improving the program curriculum to supporting activities at all levels of management. A key part of being a successful program coordinator is serving as a valuable resource of information for everyone in your program—faculty, staff and residents.
Identity theft is a serious issue and its preventative methods are often ignored until it’s too late. Residents and fellows are especially vulnerable to having their identities stolen and abused. As you become closer to being a physician, ensure you’re protecting your identity throughout these areas.
Your final exam and entryway to the world of practicing physicians is nearly here. The USMLE Step 3 will be changing in 2014, affecting the way your medical knowledge and skills will be tested. Prepare yourself for the 2014 Step 3 exam with this guideline.
A recent survey by Cejka Search quantified practice and compensation expectations of residents and fellows emerging from training in 2013. Over 1,000 responded with important factors in job searching and interviewing. It’s important that hospitals understand these factors when hiring new physicians to land the best candidates.