Learn how you can manage your medical career with these resources.
Through its peer-reviewed journals, meetings, and other calls for submissions, the AAMC provides opportunities for residents to share their education scholarship.
While it’s possible to switch specialties after beginning your residency training or even later in your career, it’s a challenging process.
This report provides data on specialty preference, MCAT scores, Step 1 scores, Step 2 CK scores, research experiences, and other characteristics of residency applicants, residents, and practicing physicians.
This report provides detailed statistics on active U.S. physicians and physicians in residency and fellowship programs, who are in the largest specialty groups. Created by the AAMC's Center for Workforce Studies.
Search CareerMD's exhaustive database of jobs posted by leading hospitals, healthcare systems and practice groups.
CareerConnect, the AAMC’s online job board, connects employers and job seekers. Individuals seeking careers in academic medicine can easily view open positions, post CVs and resumes, and apply to jobs.
Search, find, and access free teaching resources that aim to equip health care professionals across the continuum with effective and efficient educational tools to improve patient care.
This collection aims to advance physician understanding of the oral-systemic impact on overall health and support preparing clinicians to provide comprehensive coordinated care.
AM Rounds invites posts from contributors from across the academic medicine community and allows our community to interact with Academic Medicine content and to extend the conversation beyond the pages of the journal.
Academic Medicine is an international forum for the exchange of ideas, information, and strategies to address the major challenges facing the academic medicine community.