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Post-Graduate Training Program

There is no "easy button" to push when you are deciding what kind of job you want to do, or where to do it. The options are almost as expansive as when you are looking for a life partner. And in a way, there are a number of parallels.

Confronting K-type questions in life, where only single answers are considered acceptable, is extremely stressful.

In choosing a residency program, what factors are the most important?

  • Are you limited to a specific geographic area? 
  • Are there specific learning objectives that can be met only at certain programs? 
  • Is comfort and familiarity important in enhancing the learning environment? 

It can be very helpful to work with your mentor to sort through such questions.