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Osteopathic Medicine: Residency Resources

Recommended resources for HPD College of Osteopathic Medicine students and faculty

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NEJM Resident 360

The New England Journal of Medicine has launched their new resource: Resident 360.  ‘Designed specifically for residents, NEJM Resident 360 gives students and residents the information, resources, and support they need to approach their rotations — and life as a resident — with confidence. NEJM Resident 360 was created to help build their knowledge base and advance their careers while connecting them with a supportive community of fellow residents as well as experts for clinical and professional insight.’

Included is:

1.       Rotation Prep: supports learning with an overview of the basics, and expertly chosen resources that provide foundational information. Covers 14 rotation areas including: mental health, infectious diseases, geriatrics, etc.

2.       Learning Lab: curated resources, videos, podcasts, and interactive tools on a variety of medical topics

3.       Resident Lounge: allows residents to connect with peers

4.       Career: provides career tips and guidance

5.       Discussion: Forums led by experts in specific areas

Tip: Access to Rotation Prep is limited to residents who create their account using NSU’s NEJM Resident 360 link.

  1. First time user? Click here!) (you will need to first authenticate with your NSU credentials)
  2. Click [Create Account] in the upper right corner of the screen. Then [Create account via Email]
  3. Answer the account set-up questions and upload a profile image (any image you want to use) as prompted.
  4. You will need to check your email and click the link to confirm your account.
  5. After you confirm your account you can use the library link or simply go to: https://resident360.nejm.org and click LOGIN to access the resource. 

     

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RESIDENT E-BULLETIN

The Resident e-Bulletin is a weekly e-mail that delivers two teaching topics right to your in-box. It summarizes two current articles that are valuable for teaching, and offers "Clinical Pearls" from each. "Morning Report Questions" help teachers and residents focus on an article’s key points. Links are provided to the full articles. Sign up for Resident e-Bulletin at My NEJM