According to the 2014 National Resident Matching Program, 3,167 U.S. medical school seniors matched for residency training in internal medicine. ... medical school graduates who chose internal medicine residency programs in 1985.
Q: Do you think the current internal medicine training system encourages residents to become hospitalists? ... We get 1 month of outpatient training per year. From a comfort standpoint, it's much easier to go from residency training to [being a]
Nearly one-third of medical residents screened positive for depression or depressive symptoms, according to a meta-analysis of more than 17,000 physicians in training. ... In a secondary analysis of 7 longitudinal studies, the median absolute increase in
Residency training just isn't what it used to be. The residents who want to become tomorrow's hospitalists need to learn more than clinical skills to succeed. ... Each hospitalist residency leadership program will differ on the finer points, but the
According to the 2013 National Resident Matching Program, 3,135 U.S. medical school seniors matched for residency training in internal medicine, a 6.6% increase compared to 2012, when ... medical school graduates that chose internal medicine residency
Many residents join academic hospitalist groups upon completion of residency training. ... Sometimes they don't even learn their names. At our institution, we lead a sit-down session where we share our own abbreviated history (hometown, college, medical
The hospitals in the report held about 17% of all primary residency slots in 2012. ... During their residency training, young physicians learn by observing faculty, making decisions on how aggressively to treat chronically ill patients at the end of life,
and U.S. residents or citizens who studied elsewhere, comprise about one-fourth of practicing physicians and physicians in residency training in the United States, according to an analysis published in ... IMGs typically travel to the U.S. for residency
Yang, MD, PhD, a hospitalist and associate program director for the internal medicine residency program. ... Desai, MD, FACP, director of the Osler Residency Training Program at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.
Residency training is similarly marked by divisions between disciplines. If teams are always conceptualized within traditional care structures, progress will be slow. ... A few years of residency training rapidly validate this suspicion, affirming that