"For Annie Cathcart, a graduating Harvard Medical School MD/PhD student, applying for her residency in OB/GYN this year could have been very challenging. She gave birth last September and traveling for interviews would have been difficult, especially having to decide whether to bring her infant son with her or leave him at home.
But because of the COVID-19 pandemic, she didn’t have to."
HMS career advising program offers four years of support.
How does a medical student choose a clinical specialty? The ancient Greek aphorism “know thyself” is sage advice that may help future doctors find their calling, but it’s only a starting point, some medical educators say.
Harold Amos Mentorship Lecture presented by Daniele Ölveczky, MD, MS, Harvard Medical Faculty Physician, Department of Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC); Inclusion Officer, Department of Medicine, BIDMC. Dr. Ölveczky is the 2019 recipient of the Michael Shannon Excellence in Mentoring Award. Read more about An Incredible Journey ... The Rewards of a Career in Medicine
For the Class of 2019: A panel presentation with residents who will share specialty-specific experiences during their internship year. Topics include: the first day and the first weeks as interns, intern responsibilities, useful technologies, surprises, responding to being paged, surviving night float, finding mentors, selecting publishable research, teaching activities, strategies for staying organized, family & work balance, and more! Moderated by Dr. Anthony D’Amico.