Resident Corner

How to Successfully Match into a Mohs Fellowship
Mohs Fellowship
by Kimberly Huerth, MD, M.Ed on
After all of the hustling and extra work you put in during medical school, you are now here living your best derm resident life. With each passing day, you can taste how much closer you are to being finished with your training, you can smell the signing and/or relocation bonus from your first job, and almost touch the freedom that will come with being an attending. But are you really ready to just …
COVID-19: The Resident and Program Director Perspective
THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON DERMATOLOGY RESIDENCY
by Aaron Fong, MD on
EPI Health has graciously supported the COVID-19 News and Resource Center. On April 22nd, 2020, the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, Derm In-Review, and the George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences hosted a live webinar to answer resident concerns during the global coronavirus pandemic. The webinar was moderated by Dr. Adam Friedman, Professor and Interim Chair of Dermatology a …
Journal Review Series: April-June 2019
Journal Review Series
by ANNA H. CHACON, MD on
Next Steps in Derm author, Dr. Anna Chacon, searched the journals so that you don’t have to! She reports on important take-aways from different dermatology journals for the months of April, May, and June of 2019. It is key to keep in mind that “important” is subjective and what is contained in this review is one person’s view of what should be remembered from these months of the literat …
COVID-19: The Resident and Program Director Perspective – April 22
COVID-19: The Resident and Program Director Perspective
by Next Steps In Derm Team on
EPI Health has graciously supported the COVID-19 News and Resource Center. Derm In-Review invites you to join Dermatology colleagues and as we answer resident concerns during the global coronavirus pandemic. Topics covered will include: The Certification Exam: What, when who? New age didactics Clinical activity, safety, and redeployment Employment fears and facts Please send a …
Got a Difficult Patient? Here’s What to Do!
difficult patients
by Kimberly Huerth, MD, M.Ed on
A career in medicine starts with a vision of what it will be like to be a doctor—making a difference in the world, doing genuine good, helping people heal, or fostering dignity and compassion for those who are facing the end of their days. The privilege and ability to do these things for others comes at a great personal and financial cost. But we keep our gazes turned to the delayed gratitude we …