What it’s like to specialize in forensic pathology: Shadowing Dr. Jorden
Being a forensic pathologist allows Michelle A. Jorden, MD, to tell the patient’s story of how they died and what symptoms they may have experienced prior to death.
These medical specialties have the biggest gender imbalances
Which medical specialties are most popular among male and female physicians entering residency? Time to run the numbers.
What it’s like to specialize in lifestyle medicine: Shadowing Dr. Bansal
Ankush Bansal, MD, a lifestyle medicine physician and hospitalist, finds that the most rewarding part of his job is when patients feel they finally understand their condition.
Applying to more than 1 medical specialty? What you should know
From process to potential pitfalls, there’s much for applicants applying to multiple specialties in their residency program search to keep tabs on.
What it’s like to specialize in emergency medicine: Shadowing Dr. Eiting
AMA member and emergency physician Erick Eiting, MD, says it’s a privilege to treat patients in dire circumstances and ensure they are safely discharged.
What it’s like to specialize in pulmonology: Shadowing Dr. Patel
Pediatric pulmonologist Ajanta Patel, MD, says if you like lungs, kids, listening and practicing the art of medicine, her specialty is the one for you.
What it’s like in aerospace medicine: Shadowing Dr. Ortega
AMA member and flight surgeon Hernando J. Ortega Jr. MD, MPH, sheds light on the excitement and variety of his specialty. Learn more about what it’s like to specialize in aerospace medicine.
What it’s like to specialize in dermatology: Shadowing Dr. Jones
For AMA member and dermatologist Evelyn Jones, MD, visual learning, patient variety and fast-paced office practice are hallmarks of her chosen specialty.
What it’s like to specialize in physiatry: Shadowing Dr. Sholas
Maurice Sholas, MD, a pediatric rehabilitation physician, enjoys helping patients and families find a path to function where they thought there was none.