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Check In with Yourself

Passion Planner's Self Care Reflection

Try this Self Care Reflection worksheet to take your emotional temperature and make a plan for a personalized “Self Care” emergency kit.

Intern Prep Week Six

MS4 to Intern: Week Six

Our final week has near equal parts of inpatient+ICU, pediatrics and primary care, and only three tweetorials this time. As well as inspiration for our interns to be.

Intern Prep Week Five

MS4 to Intern: Week Five

Week Five dives into infectious issues, pediatrics, miscarriage care and EIGHT bonus links of reading because FOAM was busy last week.

Intern Prep Week Four

MS4 to Intern: Week Four

This week we go full FM spectrum, diving into a little bit of everything and having some long-form reads in the extra credit section.

Intern Prep Week Three

MS4 to Intern: Week Three

This week we have cancer screening, peds, OB, outpatient medicine and a sprinkling of derm and psychiatry.

Intern Prep Week Two

MS4 to Intern: Week Two

Week two covers both inpatient/outpatient medicine and delves into communication skills, too.

#TipsForNewDocs

Curious about Twitter? Terrified of becoming an intern? Create an account and check out the #TipsForNewDocs tag!

Welcome Class of 2023!

Welcome to Family Medicine!

Welcome to the newest almost-interns! We are so excited to welcome you to the best specialty on earth, the specialty that includes all ages and welcomes all identities. We are expert generalists, multi-spectrum jugglers. It’s pretty darn awesome. However, you’re entering residency at…

How To: Call a Consult

How to Call a Consult

The first time you call a consultant is definitely terrifying. You may have heard a senior do it, but how to remain calm when an attending from another specialty is interrupting to ask “What’s the consult for?!” followed by firing a barrage of questions you don’t know the answer to?

Congratulations Class of 2020

Welcome Interns of 2020

Welcome to the Family! You’ve just graduated medical school, and soon you’ll be starting your first year of residency. Congratulations on Matching into Family Medicine, one of the most amazing, variable and challenging specialties in medicine. No, we’re not biased. We’re AWESOME.