How Much do Doctors Earn in Various Specialties

Posted by:

How Much do Doctors Earn in Various Specialties

You know too well the intense effort and high expense involved in obtaining a medical degree. Most medical students are facing an overwhelming load of student loan debt. Med students are also faced with the decision of what area of medicine they will specialize in, along with the added expense of the additional studies required for those specialties.

The big question is: Will ...

Continue Reading →
0

Gamification Medical Training

Posted by:

THE GAMIFICATION OF MEDICAL TRAINING

KevinMD
DECEMBER 26, 2013

Video games evoke several connotations. They are regarded as childish, escapist, and time wasters that prompt isolation and bad habits. Video games are even blamed for violence and other ills of society. In actuality, many serious scientists have convincingly argued that video games not only have acquired an undeserved reputation, but ...

Continue Reading →
0

Scrub Wars® Press Release PR Web

Posted by:

Scrub Wars® Press Release PR Web

NEW APP BY PRECISION ENTERPRISES, LLC MAKES STUDY FUN FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS BY MAKING FUN OF THEM SPACESHIP SHOOTER GAME APP SCRUB WARS® HELPS MEDICAL STUDENTS STUDY FOR THE USMLE AND COMLEX BOARD EXAMS.

Jackson, WY (PRWEB) October 23, 2013

Medical students can now master their board and course exams while they shoot asteroids all in one exciting app. Spaceship shooter game Scrub Wars® helps ...

Continue Reading →
0

Prepping for the USMLE Step One

Posted by:

Prepping for the USMLE Step One

You should take a pre-test, available through Kaplan or USMLE World, and after you see where you are, use the NRMP resource that charts scores vs. residents who match by specialty, and you will get an idea of where your target has to be. The link for the 2011, 2012, and 2013 match results is at http://www.Nrmp.org/match-data/main-residency-match-data.

Many students use ...

Continue Reading →
0

The USMLE and Matching the Residency of Your Choice

Posted by:

The National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) surveyed directors of residency programs in 2008 and 2010, asking them what consideration was most important when deciding which applicants to interview, and the criteria most important to rank residency applicants. The program directors where asked to rank specific criteria that influenced their decision to rank the applicant after the interview, using a 1 to 5 scale, with 1 being “not at all important”, to 5, “very important.”

Continue Reading →

0
Page 2 of 2 12