Game, Set, Matched: Match Day Validations

By Jacqueline Koomson, MD   Medicine has always been an intimidating institution to me. Facing the daunting years of training, I feared I was inherently inadequate. I spent 22 years in school learning about organ systems, pathways and procedures, patient interactions – all things that would shape me as a doctor.   As I immersed…
In an effort to welcome as much feedback as possible, the ABR is extending the deadline to April 30 for comments on a new residency leave policy. We are seeking feedback so that we may develop a plan before July 1 to comply with an ABMS requirement announced last year to clearly state these requirements in our…
The ABR continues to gather input from our stakeholder groups, especially trainees and program faculty, regarding our residency leave policy that is under development. The American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) has mandated that the individual specialty boards, including the ABR, establish clear limits on how much time away from training is permissible before training…
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