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Week Five dives into infectious issues, pediatrics, miscarriage care and EIGHT bonus links of reading because FOAM was busy last week.
We discuss a few resources to improve your EKG reading skills, from basics to daily practice.
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Unsure how to ask questions on the floor? Getting a lot of vague answers from senior residents or attendings? Read this post for some ideas on how to be more focused in your asking!
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…
You’re going to find lots of websites saying to buy your doctor friend/spouse/offspring a super expensive set of scrubs, lab coat, stethoscope or K-cup type machine. Trust me, no matter how huge their loan repayment, those things they need to use every day…
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?