The opening days of residency can be overwhelming and isolating. Finding a support system among your peers can help you thrive.
There’s often a gap between what residency directors expect from new residents and what they actually know how to do. Weeklong, specialty-specific crash courses aim to rectify that.
The early stages of your residency aren’t about thriving—they are about surviving. But this hard-won wisdom will help you stay afloat.
A famous name in U.S. health care is taking on this persistent challenge with a combination of wellness efforts and systems-oriented fixes.
Too often, residents accentuate the negative—some even suffer from imposter syndrome. Academic coaches can help them think through problems and devise fixes.