With more financial transactions taking place online and technologies designed to capture these transactions from a short distance away, there is more significant risk for fraud.  Already this year, I have heard from several medical students who have been victims...
Recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine Resident 360 under “Managing Medical School Debt”. I work at Indiana University School of Medicine – the largest medical school in the U.S. – where more than 315 medical students graduate each year and...
Second year medical students are gearing up for what has been coined the most important test in their medical career.  The USMLE Step 1 is typically taken after the second year of medical school and in many cases required by medical...
I am nervous when Dr. Haywood speaks to the medical students at our campus visits about the need to have reliable transportation.  He looks to me and suggests to students to contact me inferring that I will be able to...
Summer and early fall, reminds me of what is at stake for fourth year medical students.  After three years of hard work, it comes down to selecting a specialty area and financially investing more in the process that will help...