Good grades and strong test scores? That’s a given. The human side of a candidate counts, too. Here’s what two U-M admissions officers want to see.
A survey of first-year internal medicine residents shows those in programs with longer hours, less faculty mentoring and more research focus had higher depression scores.
As residency programs struggle to balance the well-being of trainees and the need to provide ample training, a new study finds inconsistent parental leave policies.
As the final step in the application process, a conversation with program directors and current residents is a make-or-break opportunity. Here’s how to succeed.