First Aid for the Match: Insider Advice from Students and Residency Directors

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Mcgraw-hill, Dec 8, 2000 - Medical - 235 pages

The purpose of FIRST AID FOR THE MATCH is to help medical students effectively and efficiently navigate the often complex residency applications process. It is designed to help students makes the most of their limited time, money, and energy. In the spirit of FIRST AID FOR THE USMLE STPE 1, this book is a student-to-student guide that draws on the advice and experiences of medical students who have successfully gone through the Match and are now training in the programs of their choice

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What Is the Match
When Should I Schedule Time for Interviews?
Emergency Medicine

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Tao Le, MD, MHS, is Editor-in-Chief of the USMLE First Aid series. He earned his medical degree from the University of California, San Francisco in 1996 and completed his residency training in internal medicine at Yale University and his allergy and immunology fellowship training at Johns Hopkins University. At Yale, he was a regular guest lecturer on USMLE review and an advisor to the Yale School of Medicine curriculum committee.

Vikas Bhushan, MD is a practicing diagnostic radiologist based in Los Angeles, California. Tao T. Le, MD is Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Department of Pediatrics at University of Louisville; and Assistant Professor in Medicine, Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Department of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University.

Amin has extensive experience in the field of medical education. Dr. Amin earned his BS in biology at the University of Illinois in 1992. He then went to get his MD with Research Distinction from the University of Miami School of Medicine in 1996 and completed three years of residency training in orthopedic surgery at Orlando Regional Medical Center.

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