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Careers in internal medicine (IM) and family medicine (FM) can be very alike, but despite many similarities, important differences exist. If you’re considering a future in either of these fields, this article will explain the difference between them. We’ll walk you through how the training, scope of practice, and professional opportunities vary between the twoREAD MORE
Intern year is finally over. You have learned more medicine and worked more hours than you thought possible. Now, you’re ready to officially become an upper level in the program, which brings new responsibilities and challenges. As a seasoned resident, you will spend most of second year learning about sub-specialties relevant to your future practiceREAD MORE
You probably found your way to this blog after matching into a family medicine residency, if so, congratulations! The next three years will be some of the most fun and challenging years in your medical career. You’ll have the opportunity to learn and work with experienced attendings and grow into your own style of practicingREAD MORE
Family Medicine is a unique field in which you can make the most of your interests and skill set. Imagine your typical work day: your first patient is a well woman who seeks an IUD placement. She is followed by someone who needs a joint injection for chronic knee pain. The next patient is aREAD MORE