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Resident On Call is a new AMWA program that brings together AMWA's resident and medical student divisions. Every month, an AMWA resident will be taking questions from all AMWA medical students. All questions will be screened and those chosen for "Resident On Call" will be answered through the AMWA blog.
July's Resident On Call is: Anna Lee
Anna Lee, MD, MPH is a graduate of Mercer University School of Medicine in Macon, GA and Emory Rollins School of Public Health in Atlanta, GA. She will be starting her preliminary medicine intern year at the Medical Center of Central Georgia and then moving to SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn, NY to complete her residency in radiation oncology. She has a particular research interest in psychosocial factors affecting quality of life in cancer patients receiving radiation and has been actively involved in her local AMWA chapter throughout medical school.
AMWA's Interim Meeting, Sept. 27-28
All AMWA Members are cordially invited to attend the AMWA Interim Meeting and Women in Medicine Reception. The meeting will be sponsored by AMWA, and only a nominal registration fee will apply. Pre-registration is required as space is limited. The conference will be held in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Find out more.
Student Members: 10$
Student Non-members: 20$
Reminder: McGraw Hill 30% Discount for AMWA
We are excited to announce a new partnership between AMWA and McGraw Hill! This partnership will provide all AMWA members with 30% off selected book series, such as: First Aid, Step-Up, and Case Files. Click here to see the full list of book names or click here to sign up for AMWA membership today. The money you save on these books throughout your medical education is even greater than the cost of an AMWA student membership, so don't hesitate to join the AMWA team today!
MS2 and MS3 Tips from Kaplan!
Summer is here. Are you ready? For rising 2nd year med students, you might want to enjoy what may be your last summer vacation. And for rising 3rd years, you're getting ready for a series of clinical rotations. Whether you're thinking of vacations or anticipating clerkships, we've got tips for success from Kaplan Medical's Master Faculty and Program Directors on our Med School Insight blog.