Medical Education Symposium

First Author Information

Steven H. Crossman, MD; Associate Professor of Family Medicine; Department of Family Medicine and Population Health; School of Medicine

Additional Author(s) Information

Sharon Kaufer Flores, MS; Assistant Professor of Family Medicine; Department of Family Medicine and Population Health; School of Medicine

Judy S. Gary, Med; Assistant Professor of Family Medicine; Department of Family Medicine and Population Health; School of Medicine

Presentation Format

Poster

Type of Activity

Innovation

Original Presentation Date

2017

Date of Submission

May 2017

Abstract/Short Description

This poster describes an attempt to create an evidence-based approach to advising medical students with regard to the number of family medicine residency programs to which they need to apply.

Purpose/Research Question

This poster describes an attempt to create an evidence-based approach to advising medical students with regard to the number of family medicine residency programs to which they need to apply.

Objectives

After viewing this poster, participants will: -be able to describe the current situation facing medical students applying to family medicine residency programs -understand the calculator approach that was developed -be able to compare and contrast this method with other methods commonly used

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