Self-Care Is Not Selfish

By Amy Rakowczyk SDN Staff Writer We’re a few months into the new medical year and wherever your spouse is

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State Exchange Program Helps Healthcare Students With No In-State School Option

No available or affordable program for your healthcare profession in your home state? Take heart! Students in Western U.S. states

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Advice from 20+ interviews: Part 2

Don’t miss Part I of this article, which covered how to prepare before the interview and general interview advice. COMMON INTERVIEW

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Advice from 20+ interviews: Part 1

By bluestreaks I did 21 interviews. Don’t ask how much it cost because I don’t enjoy thinking about it! Basically,

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Conquering Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry is a hurdle every premed must undertake. For many, it can dissuade you from pursuing your dreams of

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Managing Anxiety on Test Day

Taking the MCAT can be a nerve-wracking experience. In fact, many students develop significant test anxiety as a result of

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Managing Bipolar Disorder in Medical School

Two days before interviewing at the medical school I now attend, I couldn’t get out of bed. At the nadir

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Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Students With Disabilities in Medical School

By Lisa M. Meeks, Ph.D., UCSF School of Medicine, Gregory Moorehead, Ed.D. University of Chicago, and Timothy Montgomery, MA, University of California,

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The One Letter to Rule Them All

As an undergrad, one of the reasons you devoted so much time to a research experience was to earn an

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