rotations. At the same time, I am working on applying for a PGY-1 residency training. As a PGY-1 resident, my goal is to advance further my clinical knowledge, critical thinking, time management, teaching, research and leadership skills, and to provide optimal patient care at UNCMC. After my PGY-1, I will take the next step to achieve my dream as a PGY-2 Resident specialized in cardiology. As I noticed during my cardiology rotation and other rotations as a P-4 student, I enjoy working as a part of a multidisciplinary team focus on tackling complex clinical cases. My long-term career goal is to go back to KSA and practice as a clinical pharmacist at National Guard Health Affairs Hospital and as a Faculty member at KSAU-HS.
The residency program at UNCMC offers a wide variety of rotations that are compatible with my interest and would help to develop my knowledge in disease management and patient care further, and to become a competent and confident practitioner. Also, UNCMC offers a PGY-2 in cardiology which has always been my area of interest. Also, UNCMC is a teaching hospital that is affiliated with the best college of pharmacy nationwide which would give me the opportunity to not only precept and teach students at the hospital but also to get the chance to teach students in the classroom and gain the experience through the whole educational process.
Lastly, I enthusiastically look forward to working as a PGY-1 Resident at UNCMC to help achieve my goals and also to…
OBJECTIVES FOR PGY-V FROZEN SECTION ROTATION
To enable residents to become proficient in the preparation of a frozen section for rapid diagnosis and intra-operative consultation. The resident will be expected to perform gross and microscopic examination of specimens as well as reporting of results. The staff Pathologist on duty supervises the resident and will co-signs all reports.
1. MEDICAL EXPERT
1.1. Appropriate gross examination, dissection, and selection/sampling of…
with specialties, such as pediatrics, earn a salary of $170,000 a year. The chances of finding employment are greater for doctors who are in rural and low-income areas due to (“Physicians”). Residents —doctors who have completed their internship and are employed in a hospital but haven 't completed their pre-vocational training— will qualify for full registration with the Medical Board in their state and may practice independently once done with their internship. Most doctors spend around two to…