Episode: 53. Tips for resident survival

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53. Tips for resident survival
In the past few months, trainee wellness has been making the news again. Studies have been revisiting resident work hours restrictions. Depression and suicide among medical residents, students and physicians themselves is an ongoing crisis. Some of the solutions are systemic, but the medical education system is resistant to change; in the meantime, medical trainees must be on the lookout for themselves and their peers. Recently, Dr. Allan Peterkin presented 10 tips to participants in the AMSA Applied Match Preparation program, and in this episode, we bring you a few highlights.

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