2020 vision: 4 ways residency has changed in the new millennium
The realities of graduate medical education have shifted significantly over the years. This generation of residents is equipped to handle four key changes.
Without travel, costs of residency interviews to decline sharply
With in-person interviews being discouraged, some medical students will save thousands of dollars on residency application and interview costs.
Accelerating Change in Medical Education
Medical education in 2020: How we got here, where we’re headed
Learn about the AMA’s influential role in setting standards for U.S. medical education, and what’s being done to redesign undergraduate and graduate training for the 21st century.
USMLE Step 1 moves to pass-fail: Answers to 7 key questions
Educators and students had long been advocating for changes to Step 1 scoring. Learn more with the AMA about why the shift happened and what comes next.
Resident & Student Health
Chief residents offer 4 ways programs can fight burnout
Four chief medical residents from Brigham and Women’s Hospital offer their vantage point on resident burnout and how programs can combat it.
M4s: Make the most of your post-Match time in medical school
Medical school is challenging. And then comes residency training. Here’s what you can do, in your final months as a medical student, to prepare.
Ob-gyns get AMA help to redesign residency application process
The average number of ob-gyn residency applications doubled over last decade, creating a stressful, inequitable process. The AMA is backing a plan to change that.
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