BRI Alumni, Dr. Aamir Hussein, (who did take a 5th to get an MPP) talks to Road to Rank about how taking a fifth year in medical school might strengthen residency applications. Every current medical student should check this out.
Could the most damaging of the Covid-19 pandemic be the routine medical care of patients by their doctors. BRI Board Chair Sally Pipes thinks so…WATCH NOW!
The American Medical Association discusses changes to the STEP 1 exam and how those changes will effect medical students – in the US and internationally. JAMA – Medical education takes a STEP in the right direction
The American Medical Association (AMA) discusses how the Covid-19 pandemic has and will change the application cycle for 4th year medical students applying for residency in the June 3, 2020 edition of JAMA. Potential Implications of COVID-19 for the 2020-2021 Residency Application Cycle
Dr. Peter Wei, a BRI alum and former chapter leader, worked with BRI strategic partner Mercatus Center and economist Edward J. Timmons to author this timely and important paper on the difficulty he and many other physicians were facing in being credentialed in order to work – right when our country needed every trained physician […]