Thriving in Residency

The average income for first-year medical residents is about $55,000, according to a recent report. Factoring in the burdens many residents have from steep student-loan payments, that money may not go very far. One way to get a solid footing in budgeting for medical residency: Make a prudent decision when it comes to your living arrangement during residency.

12 roommates in medical residency? 3 housing options to consider

The average income for first-year medical residents is about $55,000, according to a recent report. Factoring in the burdens many residents have from steep student-loan payments, that money may not go very far. One way to get a solid footing in budgeting for medical residency: Make a prudent decision when it comes to your living arrangement during residency.

Learn about 2 big risk factors for medical resident burnout

The results of a survey of more than 3,500 second-year medical residents show that 45 percent reported physician burnout symptoms. The research, published in JAMA, found big differences by medical specialty, but it also uncovered physician burnout risk factors that extend beyond specialty choice.

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Love and learn: How to be a good partner during your residency

4 ways peer relationships differ in residency from med school

An adverse patient outcome—particularly one that results in death—is the hardest part of being a physician. It also presents a powerful opportunity for professional growth and reflection. Here are tips before presenting at a morbidity and mortality conference.

Presenting your first M&M conference? 5 things you need to know

6 top doctors reveal what you need to know during your residency

You made it—will your wallet? How to budget in medical residency

Alleviating physician burnout at all levels requires addressing the system factors that cause it and creating the organizational structures that can stem the tide. But it is clear that, for medical residents in particular, factors outside of training can exert pressure and contribute to physician burnout.

5 personal issues that add to medical resident burnout

Top specialties for medical fellowship applicants: 2018 at a glance

Do not look to TV to find out what residency is like. Find out some of medical dramas’ biggest misconceptions.

4 things TV medical dramas get wrong about residency

How residents can make the most of their time off

3 ways to save time with those tedious, personal tasks

The chief weighs in: Good teammates check their egos

Work-life balance remains residents’ biggest challenge: survey

How Johns Hopkins helps ease the stresses of residency

How Johns Hopkins helps ease the stresses of residency

Preventing burnout in residency programs: Mayo Clinic's unique approach

Academic coaches for residents

Residents under strain can benefit from a coach in their corner

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