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Guidelines for Senior Year for Students in Dermatology

All in all Guidelines for Senior Year for Students in Dermatology. Subinternship: Before beginning Residency, a one year internship is required in Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Pediatrics, Family Practice, Obstetrics-Gynecology, Emergency Medicine, or a Transitional Year Program. Therefore, the sub-internship is recommended to be in medicine, surgery,  or pediatrics; most students who completed their ...

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Guidelines for Senior Year for Students in Internal Medicine

All in all Guidelines for Senior Year for Students in Internal Medicine. Subinternship: 2 months of Internal Medicine is strongly recommended. You should include the ICU requirement as part of your SubI. [caption id="attachment_862" align="alignnone" width="480"] Internal Medicine[/caption] Electives: One to two months should be on the Internal Medicine Consult Service in the subspecialty of your choice, or ...

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Guidelines for Senior Year for Students In Pediatrics

All in all Guidelines for Senior Year for Students In Pediatrics. Subinternship: We strongly recommend completing both of your subinternships in the Univ ersity of Michigan system and also to consider doing both of your sub-I’s in Pediatrics.  We offer sub-I’s on all 5 of our Inpatient Services.  You can al so include the ICU requirement as  part of your SubI in either the Neonatal ICU or the Pediatric ICU. ...

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Guidelines for Senior Year for Students in Psychiatry

There are all your Guidelines for Senior Year for Students in Psychiatry. Subinternship: A general medicine subinternship at one of the core hospitals. Intensive Care: Coronary Care Unit or Critical Care Medicine [caption id="attachment_848" align="aligncenter" width="480"] Psychiatry[/caption] Electives: Schedule only 1-2 electives in psychiatry at  most, choosing electives different from one’s clerkship e ...

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General Surgery Residency

There are your guidelines for Guidelines for General Surgery Residency. A word to the wise:  Only those who cannot envision doing anything else with their lives should choose surgery.  If you can find happiness in any other career, then do not choose surgery. [caption id="attachment_845" align="aligncenter" width="480"] General Surgery Residency[/caption] A few statements I stand by (let’s get rid of some m ...

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