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Anti-Racism and Allyship Resources

I’ve compiled resources (thanks Twitter) to build your knowledge on how to be actively be anti-racist and be aware of the systemic racism in healthcare.

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.

Intern Prep Week One

Week one starts out strong with exam skills, outpatient pediatrics, OB care and ECG basics.

An FM Intern Prep Plan

Photo of library full of books, knowledge - with text reading MS4 to Intern... in Six Weeks

A lot of newly Matched fourth years are going through a rough time right now. This pandemic has messed up your end-of-year rotations, cancelled long-awaited graduations and done who-knows-what with plans to move to wherever your residency is. And a lot of students…

Intern 101: Who to Follow on Twitter’s #MedEd scene?

Who to Follow on Twitter?

This is a very brief list, because we want you to start. Get a Twitter account, post nothing – goal is to follow and observe. You’ll slowly start following more and we’ll eventually post a guide on how to utilize Twitter as an…

Intern 101: Tweetorial Edition

Tweetorials for Interns

Tweetorials from across the #MedEd spectrum, at varying levels of difficulty, for residents to get their feet wet on…