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  1. Here's a link that lists the length of residencies in USA. Hope this helps. EDIT: I posted the list below just in case the link does not open up. Emergency Medicine: 3 - 4 years Family Practice: 3 years Internal Medicine: 3 years Pediatrics: 3 years Obstetrics and Gynecology: 4 years Pathology: 4 years Psychiatry: 4 years General Surgery: 5 years Neurosurgery: 7 years Orthopedic Surgery: 5 years (includes 1 year of general surgery) Otolaryngology (ENT): 5 years Urology: 5 years (includes 1 year of general surgery) Plastic Surgery: 6 years Anesthesiology: 3 years plus PGY - 1 Transitional / Preliminary Dermatology: 3 years plus PGY -1 Transitional / Preliminary Neurology: 3 years plus PGY -1 Transitional / Preliminary Ophthalmology: 3 years plus PGY -1 Transitional / Preliminary Physical Medicine: 3-4 years Diagnostic Radiology: 4 years plus PGY -1 Transitional / Preliminary Allergy and Immunology: 3 years (Internal Medicine or Pediatrics) Transitional / Preliminary: 1 year Source: Washing University St. Louis 'Length of Residencies'
  2. And suddenly there were a half a dozen researchers blowing off productivity to catch pokémon and zero people feeling regretful. #PokémonGo
  3. Greetings Admin! It's been long. Just checking in to see how you are doing. I hope to be done with SURE and summer classes by the end of the month. Hope all is well at your end. :) Cheers,
  4. Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game.
    1. DrEgan


      Foul the ball off until the pitcher gives you something you can drive.
  5. Thank you Sir, I have subscribed to your newsletter. Have a nice day.
  6. rosequartz


    Nice to meet you Jerry. I am from Pakistan too, though I have lived most of my life abroad. I hope you like it here, and are able to learn a lot and help others also.
  7. Welcome to Med Rookie Sir. It's great to have you here with us! I am a novice at financial matters (lol), so I would greatly appreciate anything you would like to share, especially as I wish to make it to medical school some day (aspiring medical director too).
  8. Thank you for sharing these strategies. I have decided to take the MCAT next Spring as this semester is a bit more demanding than I thought it would be. And, I am doing research over Summer along with volunteer work, and shadowing doctors. But I'll surely use these tips when the time comes. I agree with working on your weaknesses... I'll have to focus more on chemistry than physics lol. I love physics! (after biology of course)
  9. Welcome Mr. Jones. Hope you like it here.
  10. Well, this is both good and bad. Good in the sense, surgeons are learning new strategies that seem to work and may be better than traditional methods. Not so good because the techniques have not been tested before and they might not work as well every time. The concern over the sources is justified. A suggestion could be to have all the tried new techniques reported to AAFPRS (or a similar authority), have them tested, and if they are good, introduce them into the training or residency programs for plastic surgery.
  11. That was a nice course! Coursera has many great courses similar to this one. I greatly appreciate MOOC websites, they are a great service to all.
  12. Nothing in this world that's worth having comes easy.
  13. Welcome both! Hope you like it here. And @Visualinfosoft, I'm doing great now since I just got done with exams. How are you doing?
  14. Hey I need some info regarding usmle. I would be glad if u reply And give fb id where I can message regarding my question
    1. rosequartz


      Hi, Sorry, not on Facebook. Maybe pm your query here? Thanks.
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