In my book Anesthesiology Boards Made Easy, I discussed the three main objectives to becoming Board Certified: 1. Do well on your exams. 2. Graduate from Residency 3. Complete your board certification process Everyone Graduates from Residency, Right? It seems
There is one last hurdle for you to overcome to become Board Certified: the Applied Exam. Actually getting to the place where you will take the exam. Not only are you going to be taking the most stressful exam of
Are You Prepared to Start Your CA-1 Year? For every new Anesthesiology Resident starting in the OR is both exciting and stressful. You are ready to start your CA-1 year and start doing “Anesthesia Stuff”, but at the same time,
Hack Your USMLE Step 3 Exam One of the hurdles to becoming a “real doctor” is to pass all three parts to the USMLE or COMLEX Board Exams. You have already taken Step 1, Step 2 CK and Step 2
Are you Prepared for the Anesthesia ITE?
Most anesthesia residents see their intern year as just something to get through. Get the most out of your intern year by getting ready for your CA-1 year.
The Physician’s Guide to Personal Finance is the review book for the class you should have had in medical school. This is an outline style review book, written for medical students, residents, and young staff physicians to teach them personal finance