Top 5 factors fellowship program directors look for in applicants
If you have personal experience with a program director or are recommended by a trusted colleague, you have a leg up as a subspecialty fellowship applicant.
Looking for a fellowship? Here’s how much you’ll spend to do it.
For trainees, the cost of applying for and interviewing with fellowship programs is an investment in their future. It can also be a big expense.
Top specialties for medical fellowship applicants: 2018 at a glance
More physicians matched for fellowship positions in 2018 than ever before. Find out which choices were most popular and which subspecialties were most competitive.
Physicians offer a road map for the geography of Match rankings
Finding a location that offers a good overall quality of life can be an essential factor in the Match ranking process.
Few physicians are fluent in data. New program aims to fix that.
A fellowship program at the Regenstrief Institute aims to develop physicians and other health professionals who can translate big data into better care.
Training academic physicians requires standard model and curriculum
Few physicians undergo formal training in medical education before assuming faculty duties. Rigorous training is needed amid innovations in teaching methods and training curriculum to cultivate leaders and communities of trained educators.
Will social media impact your residency, fellowship application?
Recent studies suggest that medical residency program directors are using social media searches to evaluate candidates. Read three social media policy recommendations for program directors.