We hear military physicians, particularly in the Navy, often mention having completed a GMO tour in their early years after graduating. Though often described as “an incredibly enriching personal and professional experience,” students are often still unaware of the mechanics … Continued
The AMSUS chapter at NYMC recently held an event that was a valuable experience for our new MS1’s to our MS4’s heading off to residency. We spoke with our local office and scheduled a day that a couple of Chiefs … Continued
Coming into the medical school application process, there was huge importance placed on research experience. This emphasis seems to have not changed once we have gotten to medical school. From the previous post regarding residency applications, there seem to be … Continued
The road to becoming a physician is a daunting one. On top of the loads of school work, a considerable amount of anxiety surrounds whether we, as students, are setting ourselves up for the most success possible down this road. … Continued
From ENS Matthew Nelson, Student at USUHS, expected graduation year of 2017 For many students, including myself, the military medicine residency process is a mysterious process involving accumulating points and getting good grades. There is some information available at www.militarygme.org/index.html, … Continued
From Michael Cowan, VADM USN (Ret), Executive Director of AMSUS My father used to say, “Life finds you more often than you find your life.” As usual he was right, though it took me years to understand. In medical … Continued
We all know how to make a bed — Admiral McRaven explains why. Take a look at this short video and share your thoughts with your peers.
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