This handbook is written for senior medical students and junior house officers as an introduction to the challenges of their residency training years. Medical students should appreciate the chapters on the academic, professional and social components that characterize this period. Junior house officers should appreciate the chapters on the practical aspects of initiating the residency training years, such as renting apartments and moving.Other excellent reference letters are from clinical professors with whom you have had a significant amount of contact. ... A letter from a physiatry attending, for example, may not be effective if you are applying for an otorhinolaryngology position.
|Title||:||The Residency Handbook|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1994-11-15|