Residency

Editor’s Note

Residency Program Insider, November 14, 2014

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Dear readers,
 
I recently read an article on recommendations by the Medical Schools Council in the United Kingdom that children as young as seven should begin learning about careers in medicine to encourage them to later become physicians.
 
I’m all for educating children about the medical world but I wonder how effective it would be in actually increasing medical school enrollment later on down the road. How many of you are doing what you thought you’d be doing when you were a child? When I was seven, I wanted be an astronaut, a cowboy, or an astronaut cowboy. Clearly that didn’t pan out.
 
In a completely unrelated note, we’re also still looking for your top forms and tools for residency coordinators for a new book we’re working on. Please read below for more details if you have one that you’d like to share.  
 
Thanks for reading!
 
Son Hoang, editor, Residency Program Insider



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