Last week the Coalition for Physician Accountability (COPA) released its recommendations for virtual residency interviews again in the 2021-2022 cycle. Drs. Nicole Dubosh and Sharon Bord from CDEM leadership join us in this episode to explain more and discuss their thoughts on virtual interviewing.
Read the full statement here.
Part 2 of our analysis of the 2021 Match with thoughts from Dr. Mike Van Meter, residency program director at UTHealth EM in Houston, TX. Originally recorded on Apr 30, 2021.
As medical schools and hospitals adjusted to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, students felt the impact on their medical education and residency application process. In this episode we invited a group of medical students from across the country to share their thoughts and experiences over the past year. Originally recorded April 15, 2021.
For more information on the current recommendations for away rotations and SLOEs, read the COPA guidelines and the Consensus Statement on the 2021-2022 Emergency Medicine Residency Application Cycle Part I: Emergency Medicine Rotations and Letters.
Next on our series of What I Want To Be When I Grow Up: toxicology with Dr. Emily Kershner and Dr. Natasha Tobarran, toxicology fellows, and Dr. Brandon Wills, fellowship director, from Virginia Commonwealth University.
To learn more about toxicology, check out the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology and the American College of Medical Toxicology.
Brief report on the 2021 Match and the recently released consensus statement on away rotations and SLOEs for the 2021-2022 residency application cycle. Read the full statement here.
How do external information and post-interview communications influence students’ rank lists? In this episode, we talk with Dr. Benjamin Schnapp (@schnappadap), associate program director and education fellowship director at the University of Wisconsin.
Study mentioned in the episode: Misunderstanding the Match: Do Students Create Rank Lists Based on True Preferences?
How the NRMP match algorithm actually works