FREIDA™ Program Administration Resources
View and modify program director and contact person information, such as name and address, or post a vacant position on FREIDA.
Match: Ease onus on applicants to separate PGY-1, PGY-2 spots
Ophthalmology and urology will continue to have their own matches, but more can be done to make life easier for medical students seeking entry into these fields.
Inside the numbers behind the record-setting 2019 Match
Get the lowdown on specialty competitiveness, how primary care fared and how many osteopathic medical students took part. Also, some essential advice for those who didn’t match.
If you’re feeling disappointed on Match Day, you are not alone
If things don’t go according to your plan on Match Day, you aren’t alone. Here’s what former med students had to say about Match Day disappointment.
No match for you? SOAP offers last-minute options
The Supplemental Offer and Acceptance Program is a vehicle through which eligible unmatched applicants in the Match can find a residency position.
What if you don’t match? 3 things you should do
Medical students who remain unmatched with a residency program after Match Day should take these steps to improve their odds the next time around.
Advanced PGY-2 positions and the Match: What you should know
About 10 percent of medical students match into advanced PGY-2 and preliminary PGY-1 positions in tandem. How does that process work?
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