16 Results for career choices

  1. Career Choices: The fellowship search

    ...Electing to continue formal medical education through a fellowship is an important career decision. Unlike finding a residency, the process of finding fellowships and the accreditation status of fellowships

    • FitzGerald, David B. MD; Mitchell, Ann L. MD
    • Neurology
    • January 08, 2008
  2. Emerging Subspecialties in Neurology: Autoimmune neurology

    ... on monitoring for objective markers of improvement to inform a rational data-driven approach to therapy choice and duration.Autoimmune neurology as a clinical subspecialty is distinct from neuroimmunology in several...

    • López-Chiriboga, A. Sebastian MD; Clardy, Stacey L. MD, PhD
    • Neurology
    • September 12, 2017
  3. Opinion and Special Articles: Loan forgiveness options for young neurologists: Current landscape and practice implications

    ... with at least $200,000 in debt and approximately 1 in 10 had loan obligations exceeding $300,000.e2 As debt and anticipated income have the potential to shape career choices for future neurologists,1,2 the availability ...

    • George, Benjamin P. MD, MPH; Dorsey, E. Ray MD, MBA; Grischkan, Justin A. BA
    • Neurology
    • April 11, 2017
  4. Child Neurology: Past, present, and future: Part 3: The future

    ... university-based vs private practice. Many aspects contribute to one's eventual career path, but the impact of financial concerns on the career choice of trainees is well recognized. Those with higher loan debts are...

    • Ridel, Keith R. MD; Gilbert, Donald L. MD, MS
    • Neurology
    • October 12, 2010
  5. Education Research: Changing medical student perceptions of dementia: An arts-centered experience

    ... understanding of how patients and caregivers experience meaningful relationships and sustain quality of life. Anecdotally, such programs could inform career choices, given the unique experiences they...

    • Roberts, Hannah J.; Noble, James M. MD, MS
    • Neurology
    • August 25, 2015
  6. Opinion & Special Articles: The lost resident: Why resident physicians still need mentoring

    ..., mentoring has also been shown to directly affect academic performance, choice of specialty, interest in research, and pursuit of an academic career. In a survey of new general surgery residents, nearly 50% of residents

    • Strowd, Roy E. MD; Reynolds, Patrick MD
    • Neurology
    • June 04, 2013