Match is huge, but don’t overlook these other M4 must-do’s
Learn more from PGY-1 Leanna Knight, MD, about balancing the Match and professional growth during the fourth year of medical school.
As an M1, find a studying style and remember to leave the library
Family medicine resident Mohammad Ibrahim, DO, reflects on what he wishes he knew in medical school about studying and self-care as an M1.
Take advantage of clinical rotations as your time to shine
A soon-to-be family medicine attending, James Docherty, DO, offers insight on what he wishes he knew during his medical student clinical rotations.
Away rotations can help measure fit as well as clinical growth
Christopher Clifford, MD, is an attending emergency physician. Find out what he wishes he knew when he did away rotations in medical school.
When picking a physician specialty, don’t ignore your instincts
As an M4, Avani Patel, MD, MHA, had to pick between her passion and her plan. Find out what she wishes she knew about specialty choice in medical school.
Cut yourself slack and seek help to get through USMLE Step 1 prep
AMA member Pauline Huynh, MD, offers insight on what she wishes she knew in medical school about USMLE Step 1 prep.
To succeed in medicine, find the right mentor at the right time
AMA member Laura Halpin, MD, PhD, shares what she wishes she knew about finding helpful mentors when she was in medical school.
Distinguish Yourself speaker series, Midwestern (AZ): What I Wish I Knew in Medical School
As part of the Distinguish Yourself speaker series, this event open to Midwestern medical students focuses on medical school insights, tips and tactics.