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In episode 11, we’re back with Dr. Thomas DiPasquale. In part 2, we talk specifically about the Wellspan York Hospital Orthopedic Surgery Residency philosophy and curriculum as well as veering off into one of my favorite topics, taking time to stop and smell the roses. Dr. DiPasquale also gives two versions of advice for medical students, including how to develop your “X factor.” This was recorded last season but these tips will be relevant for a long time to come. We pick up where we left off last time. As a veteran of starting trauma fellowships, Dr. Tommy D tells the story of starting his first residency.
#25 – Dr. Daniel Li | On Matching Strategies from a Student Perspective, Part Two
We are back with Dr. Daniel Li who is a current PGY1 at Ohio State. In the last episode we talked about strategies for first through 3rd year medical students and Part two is all about application year. Away rotations are difficult to maneuver and this episode is...
Episode 8 – New interns, Caleb, JD, and Sean | How to navigate rotations and interview
Our new interns reminisce about their application year and tell us how they approached away rotations and interviews. Lots of practical and actionable stuff in this episode!
How to Ace Your Residency Interview
Four steps to a successful residency interview.