Episode: 57. Make the most of "social" interviews on the residency trail

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57. Make the most of "social" interviews on the residency trail
Some residency programs host a social event for you to meet current residents and interns from the program before the formal interview takes place. Joining us this week are Dr. Jeremy Grayson--Pediatric Anesthesiologist at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and former Program Director--and Dr. Alison Case--first-year resident at Lawrence Family Residency Program--to discuss what you should be looking for out of this experience, how you can use it to your advantage, and how important this interaction really is to residency programs during their selection process.

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