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#LifeofaMedstudent – A leader and VOICE in social media for all those in medical training! 

Based on the popular Twitter page, this site hopes to further promote the lives of those who dedicate their lives to medicine. Whether you’re a pre-med hopeful, stressed medical student, over-worked resident, or confident attending – the experience is easy to relate to! Stick around for the humor, advice, or just to learn more about what the #LifeofaMedStudent is all about! We welcome comments and contributor posts! 

 

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5 Reasons why Residency is more Rewarding than Medical School

They are very different – yet similar. Medical school and residency. Like two siblings – both filled with long hours learning the practice of medicine and late nights studying the science of medicine. But each is unique as well…Medical school with more of a focus on studying and memorization, especially the first two years. Residency … Continue reading 5 Reasons why Residency is more Rewarding than Medical School

Wednesday Around the Web: 3/22/17

Welcome to “Wednesday around the Web.” Each week we’ll feature the best #LifeofaMedStudent Tweet of the Week and I’ll share a few of the latest or greatest news articles, blogs, or research topics that I think are important to those in medical training. Continuing my current goal for improving the financial education of #LifeofaMedStudent followers, each week will … Continue reading Wednesday Around the Web: 3/22/17

Transitioning from MS to MD (Or DO): A Quick Guide!

The Match is over. Your fate and future were sealed, opened, and finally announced to the world. After hangover has worn off, your next thought may be “what’s next?” Luckily, things will happen slowly over the few months to come. But before you know it, you’ll be wearing a long coat and answering to “DOCTOR!” … Continue reading Transitioning from MS to MD (Or DO): A Quick Guide!

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