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    I am writing to express my strong interest in the PGY1 pharmacy practice residency program at the University of North Carolina Medical Center (UNCMC). I have had the pleasure to meet you, Dr. Rao, and some of the current PGY1 residents at the ASHP Mid-Year Clinical Meeting; where we went through a very informative overview of the PGY1 residency program at UNCMC and I have had a great discussion with the PGY1 residents. As you may know, I am a fourth-year student at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and I am interested in pursuing a pharmacy practice residency that would help me to achieve my career goals and to work as a faculty member as well as a clinical pharmacist in cardiology back in Saudi Arabia (KSA). My interest in pharmacy…

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    unknown where they would ever turn up. At medical school, students truly get a sense of the daily life of a forensic pathologist; from internships to training programs and then decide whether it is something they would want to pursue long-term (Ed). After completing four years of medical school, students graduate with the doctor of medicine (MD) degree. Just when I thought would be the end of the road to pursue my career, then came pathology residency. After attaining an MD degree, I…

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    If you've stumbled upon this article, then you likely have set off to learn more about Physician Disability insurance for medical residents. Undoubtedly, you have either been approached by an agent, advised by a superior or spoken with peers about this type of coverage. Likely you already know that the best time to purchase a policy is when you are young and healthy - but what is the true benefit for residents and fellows in purchasing Disability insurance during fellowship or residency? The…

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    After that is licensing and the optional board certification. There are specific programs that are physician specific licensing that are six years of straight school and one year of residency. The programs that are specific to the type of physician license are designed for those who know exactly what type of physician license they are after, but those types of programs are not transferable if one decides later they choose to specialize in another field of medicine. Though they are often easier…

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    1. Do you wish to include any comments (in addition to those already provided in your AMCAS application) to the Admissions Committee at Tufts University School of Medicine? Through my unconventional path to this point, I have encountered a number unique and broad experiences. Not all of these experiences have been becoming. Nonetheless, I have taken great strides to learn from these experiences and use them to make me into a better person. I also believe these experiences will shape me into a…

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    Typically, they are required to graduate from the state high school, promise to apply for legal residency but, it is not always necessary nor the norm. Bill H 2145 reads. “This law allows certain nonresidents to be deemed residents for purposes of tuition and other fees at postsecondary educational institutions and makes provisions for people without lawful immigration status under certain…

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    According to the pre-health work shop at University of Maryland College Park, many medical schools requires generally about 10 consecutive months of social activity and volunteering in a clinical area. There are two main reasons for this requirement. One, by working closely to physicians and nurses, premedical students will learn the situations that different healthcare workers encounter and will have some idea of what they want to be. The other one and the most important one is that if students…

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    that I can participate in. During my junior and senior year, I plan to take the MCAT, which is the medical college admissions test. This will determine if my test scores are acceptable for the medical school that I chose to apply to. Other than the MCAT, everything else is optional. It is recommended because it will help build up my resume. The more experience the better. Diversity plays a huge role in accepting medical students. One thing that makes me diverse is that I am deaf. I see this as…

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    of help. Now, I am more invested in as just the emotional support of people and not the monetary support. I figured, I am going to college, and I need some money to pay for gas. Nevertheless, I still hope to become a doctor even with the rising college and medical school tuitions. My first step in achieving that goal is attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln majoring in biology. To achieve this goal, I will study constantly to earn great grades since medical school is very competitive to…

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    Us Against Them: Classism and Capitalism Beasts of the Southern Wild, We Have Always Lived in the Castle and Gun Hill Road have an emphasis on the combative mindset between two opposing forces as distinguished by class or by capitalism, and by the structure of capitalism. In Beasts of the Southern Wild, these subjects present in duality when the inhabitants of the Bathtub are forcibly removed from their land by a “more advanced” society, and in We Have Always Lived in the Castle, it is seen…

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