Medical Residency

The Clinical Years of Med School: What to Expect

Once medical students complete their time in the classroom, they move on to what many consider to be the real reason they went to med school in the first place: treating patients. This transition usually occurs during the second or third year depending on the length of a school’s pre-clinical ...

Osteopathic Medicine: The DO Degree

There are a variety of paths to practicing medicine, and an alternative route to the MD (Doctor of Medicine) degree offered by traditional “allopathic” medical schools is the DO (Doctor of Osteopathic) degree offered by “osteopathic” medical schools. Over recent years, there has been a boom in the number of ...

The Three-Year MD Program

The three-year medical school program is a fairly new development in medical education. And while there are many benefits to pursing these accelerated programs, but they’re not for everyone. In this blog, we will take an in-depth look at three-year MD program requirements and formats, as well as which schools ...

Trends in Residency Matching for 2015

  Earlier this month, hopeful and anxious medical school students gathered at Match Day ceremonies across the country. Match Day, an annual rite of passage for budding physicians, is the day students learn which U.S. residency programs at which they will train for the next three to seven years. This ...