Find resources for residents in training that answer questions about debt management, career advancement, fellowship opportunities, and more.
Trainees and junior faculty members remain curious about how to balance their careers alongside marriage and family obligations. This study explores the challenges and strengths of dual and single physician relationships.
The AAMC Survey of Resident/Fellow Stipends and Benefits summarizes the responses from 186 hospitals or medical schools that indicated that they issue the checks for resident stipends.
Public Health Training Opportunities for Residents and Postdocs
While you are looking forward to this next step in your medical career, you may also be experiencing mixed feelings of excitement as well as trepidation about the decisions that you must make in a short period of time. The following suggestions are provided to help you address important issues and to help you transition from medical school to residency.
An enriched public health training experience following residency or advanced research practice provides an opportunity to further understand the risk factors that impact community health and health care delivery.
Managing federal student loan payments during residency may be challenging, but income-driven repayment plans offer more manageable payment amounts that could also lead to forgiveness through the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.
Some students and residents may decide to get married during their education or training periods, and though it is no secret that marriage is a life-changing experience, it is especially important for medical students and residents to understand the ramifications it will have on their finances.