Residents Slideshows

 
 
  • Cerebrovascular Accident: A Stroke of Misfortune Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death and the leading cause of adult disability in the US. Learn more about recognizing its variable presentation and instituting effective and urgent treatment.
  • 15 Unassigned Books That Every Student Should Read Our advisory board has selected 15 books not typically assigned during medical school that every new doctor should read.
  • Medical Student Life & Education Report 2018 Medical students from across the United States were asked about debt, work-life balance, harassment/discrimination, and other essential aspects of the educational experience. See how they responded.
  • Medscape Residents Lifestyle & Happiness Report 2018 More than 1900 residents from over 29 specialties reveal their biggest frustrations, and intriguing information about their social life, personal health, and wellness.
  • Medscape Residents Salary & Debt Report 2018 More than 1900 residents from over 29 specialties reveal their salary; debts; relationships with attendings, nurses, and PAs; and other intriguing information.
  • Magical Match Day Moments Match Day is a life-changing event for medical students. See how some excited soon-to-be residents reacted to the news.
  • Residents Lifestyle and Happiness Report 2017 More than 1500 residents from over 25 specialties gave insights into their thoughts on bullying, depression, relationships, happiness, and other intriguing information.
  • Residents Salary and Debt Report 2017 More than 1500 residents from over 25 specialties reveal their salary, debts, relationships with attendings, and other intriguing information.
  • Sun and Skin: What Every Clinician Needs to Know and Share A look at some of the well- and lesser- known facts about sun exposure, sun damage, and skin cancer. Prevention and identification are key.
  • Matters of the Heart: Every Physician Plays a Critical Role Cardiac health in any given patient may require vigilance from several physicians, from the dermatologist to the oncologist.
  • Residents Lifestyle and Happiness Report 2016 What are residents' biggest challenges? Do they feel confident in their skills? Is bullying a problem? How do they rate their emotional and physical health? Here are our 2016 survey results.
  • Med Student Life & Education Report: Are Young Doctors Prepared? Medical students from around the country were surveyed for their thoughts on debt, work-life balance, and other aspects of the educational experience. See what they had to say.
  • Residents Salary & Debt Report 2016 How are residents faring with salary, benefits, and medical school debt? Are relationships with attendings improving? Our 2016 survey has these results and more.
  • Best and Worst Places to Practice 2016 Physicians may consider different factors important at different career stages. We've looked at features that may appeal to younger physicians, mid-career physicians, and those nearing retirement.
  • Residents Salary & Debt Report, Part 2: Lifestyle Residents revealed how confident they are in their skills, how they handle work-life balance, how they are affected by a patient's death, whether they would see patients via telehealth, and more.
  • Residents Salary & Debt Report 2015: Are Residents Happy? Medical residents shared the details of their salaries, debt, treatment by attending physicians, relationships with nurses and physician assistants, quality of their learning experience, and more.
  • Experts Weigh In: The Residency Experience Residency is one of the most challenging times in a physician's career but also one of the most pivotal. Expert physicians and current residents share their experiences and their advice.
  • Residents Salary & Debt Report 2014 Medical residents reported their salary and amount of debt, and described other key aspects of their resident training.
  • Why We Practice Medicine Experts share some of the best moments in their medical careers.
  • 2012 Radiology Game Changers Declining reimbursements and incomes ripple throughout the specialty, even affecting prospects for residents.