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Applying to Med-Peds: Focus on MS-3 and MS4 - Shared screen with speaker view
Arlene Ho
20:44
Happy Saturday! ✨
Francisco Lasso-Claudio
21:04
hello everyone, good morning
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
21:35
What a great group! Welcome to our webinar!!!
Khadijah Hussain
24:23
Thank you everyone for being here to answer our questions!
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
25:14
We are excited to be here! #MP4L!
Didi Okorozo
25:15
Didi Okorozo, 2022, nao47@drexel.edu
Joseph Cornett
25:20
Joseph Cornett, 2022, jac2430@cumc.columbia.edu
Jester Galiza
25:22
Jester Galiza, 2022, jpgaliza@hawaii.edu
Meredith Kline
25:23
Meredith Kline, 2022, meredith.kline@emory.edu
Sarah Householder
25:23
Sarah Householder, 2022, sh3871@cumc.columbia.edu
Sara Greene
25:23
Sara Greene, 2022, sgreene1@sgu.edu
Merelyn Thomas
25:24
Merelyn, Thomas, 2022, merelynthomas@gmail.com
Anjani Kapadia
25:28
Anjani Kapadia, 2022, anjanikapadia@gmail.com
Aaron Chinners
25:29
Aaron Chinners, 2022, ajc1005@jagmail.southalabama.edu
Avleen Bhandal
25:29
Avleen Bhandal, 2022, avleenkbhandal@gmail.com
Beatrice Jourdain
25:29
Beatrice Jourdain, 2022, Beatrice.jourdain@lmunet.edu
Irene Martinez
25:29
Irene Martinez, 2022, irene.martinez@rutgers.edu
Oscar
25:30
Oscar Reyes, 2022, reyesos18@students.ecu.edu
Mai Lam
25:30
Mai Lam, 2022, mlam@vt.vcom.edu
Taylor Hill
25:31
Taylor Hill 2022 twh001@lsuhs.edu
Samantha Pendleton
25:32
Samantha Pendleton, 2022, spendleton1@une.edu
Randi Domingue
25:33
Randi Domingue, 2022, rdo001@lsuhs.edu
Elizabeth Williams
25:33
Elizabeth Williams 2022
Ummar Jamal
25:33
Ummar Jamal, 2022, uj7786@pcom.edu
Reesha White
25:33
Reesha White, 2022, reesha.white@burrell.edu
Shannon Cleary
25:34
Shannon Cleary, 2022, shannon_cleary@urmc.rochester.edu
Ethan Diamond
25:34
Ethan Diamond, 2023Ediamon1@gwu.edu
Benjamin Jacob
25:35
Benjamin Jacob, 2022, benjaminr.jacob@utsouthwestern.edu
Megan Schoelch
25:35
Megan Schoelch, 2022, mas4b2@umsystem.edu
Rachel To - MS3, RFUMS
25:35
Rachel To, 2023, rachel.to@my.rfums.org
Varsha Kandadi
25:36
Varsha Kandadi, 2022, vktgc@umsystem.edu
Elizabeth Hernandez
25:36
Elizabeth Hernandez, 2022, edh1322@jagmail.southalabama.edu
Liana Mosley
25:36
Liana Mosley, 2022, limosley@augusta.edu
Emily Kepfer
25:37
Emily Kepfer, 2022, emilyke@pcom.edu
Maya Tsao-Wu
25:38
Maya Tsao-Wu, 2022, mtsaowu@pennstatehealth.psu.edu
Rucha Vyas - M3 SGU
25:38
Rucha Vyas, 2022, rvyas@sgu.edu
Mounika kandalam
25:38
Santoshi Mounika Kandalam, 2022, mounikakandalam@gmail.com
Natasha Dass (she/her)
25:38
Natasha Dass, 2022, Natasha.dass@utexas.edu
Vincent Cendán
25:38
Vincent Cendán, 2022, vincent.cendan@knights.ucf.edu
Arlene Ho
25:39
Arlene Ho, 2022 arlene.ho@med.wmich.edu 🙌
Brianna Norris
25:39
Brianna, Norris, 2022, brianna.norris@my.rfums.org
Baylee Edwards
25:39
Baylee (Elizabeth Edwards), 2023, ebe1921@jagamail.southalabama.edu
Chris Muhire
25:39
Chris Muhire, IMG candidatecbaymu@gmail.com
Eshan Kaul
25:40
Eshan Kaul, 2022, eshan.kaul@rutgers.edu
Molly Albrecht
25:40
Molly Albrecht, 2022, mollyalb@med.umich.edu
Ashby deButts
25:40
Ashby deButts, 2024, ashby.debutts@my.rfums.org
Anna Wojcicki
25:40
Anna Wojcicki, 2022, wojci075@umn.edu
Kayla Wilson
25:40
Kayla Wilson, 2022, kayla.wilson@my.rfums.org
Sundar Devakottai
25:40
Sundar Devakottai, 2022, devakott@student.uiwtx.edu
Jossias Genao
25:40
Jossias Genao Cruz, 2022. Jgenao16@stu.psm.edu
Francisco Lasso-Claudio
25:42
Francisco Lasso-Claudio, 2022, franciscolassoclaudio@gmail.com
Nali Julia Gillespie (she/her)
25:42
Nali Gillespie, 2022, njg11@duke.edu
Wilfred Njemanze, Medical Student
25:43
Wilfred Njemanze, 2022, wnjemanze@liberty.edu
Robert Gordon: MS3 CUSOM
25:43
Robert Gordon rsgordon0514@email.campbell.edu
Michelle Raabe M4 PCOM
25:43
Michelle Raabe 2022 mr7438@pcom.edu
Stephen Patin
25:44
Stephen Patin, 2022, spp001@lsuhs.edu
Catherine Bianco
25:44
Catherine Bianco, 2022, cbianco@une.edu
Rati Srinivasan
25:45
Rati Srinivasan, 2022, rsrinivasan@uchc.edu
Erica Onwuegbuchu
25:46
Erica Onwuegbuchu, MS4; eronwueg@utmb.edu
Phil Wozniak
25:47
Phillip Wozniak, 2022, phillip.wozniak@osumc.edu
Benjamin Doolittle (he/him)
25:47
Sign up to be a NMPRA member on www.medpeds.org (free for students!) and AAP-SOMP member https://services.aap.org/en/community/aap-sections/med-peds/Follow NMPRA on twitter (@nmpra) and Instagram (NMPRA) for updates!
Grace Hunt
25:48
Grace Hunt, 2022, ghu001@lsuhs.edu
Apoorva Iyengar
25:48
Apoorva Iyengar, 2022, apoorva.iyengar@my.rfums.org
Spenser Y. Chen
25:48
Spenser Chen, 2023, spenser_chen@urmc.rochester.edu
Elizabeth Williams
25:49
Elizabeth Williams 2022 epeterson46890@med.lecom.edu
Margaret Lang
25:49
Margaret Lang, 2022mglang@email.sc.edu
Laurine Tiema-Benson
25:50
Laurine Tiema-Benson, 2022, laurine.tiemabenson@my.rfums.org
Anna Bystricky
25:50
Anna Bystricky, 2022, anna_bystricky@brown.edu
Meredith Nelson
25:52
Meredith Nelson, 2023, men001@lsuhs.edu
Danielle Cannon
25:52
Danielle Cannon, 2023, cannonda@upstate.edu
Margaret Ginoza
25:53
Margaret Ginoza, 2022, mginoza@miami.edu
Javier Hernandez
25:53
Javier Hernandez, 2022, jhernandez707@marian.edu
Khadijah Hussain
25:54
Khadijah Hussain 2022, khadijah.hussain@med.wmich.edu
Sarah El Mouatassim Bih, OMS-IV
25:55
Sarah El Mouatassim Bih, 2022, selmouatassimbih99@midwestern.edu
Nishma Jain
25:55
Nishma Jain, 2022nishma.jain@rutgers.edu
Bethany
25:55
Bethany Marbaker, 2022, evansbe@upstate.edu
Phillip Pemberton
25:56
Phillip Pemberton, 2022, johnphillip.pemberton@osumc.edu
Leah Kaplan
26:01
Leah Kaplan, 2022, lak001@lsuhs.edu
Rebecca McDonald (she/her) OMIV UNTHSC TCOM
26:01
Rebecca McDonald, 2022, rebeccamcdonald@my.unthsc.edu
Taylor Orcutt
26:02
Taylor Orcutt, 2022, taylororcutt@my.unthsc.edu
Julie Conrad
26:03
Julie Conrad, 2022, jconra6@uic.edu
Andrea Soto-López
26:04
Good morning! Andrea Soto López, 2022, 118asoto@uccaribe.edu
MS3 Heidi Koschwanez
26:06
Heidi Koschwanez, 2022, hkoschwanez@kumc.edu
Amelia Morgan (Geisinger, PGY4)
26:08
Hi all! I’m not a PD/APD, but one of the chief residents/PGY4 at Geisinger. Happy to answer any questions anyone may have! :) #MP4L
Kalei Hosaka
26:10
Kalei Hosaka, 2022, kaleirh@hawaii.edu
Anjola Onadipe
26:11
Anjola Onadipe, 2023, anjolao@med.umich.edu
Moeder, Katelyn (HSC)
26:17
Katelyn Moeder, 2022, katelyn-moeder@ouhsc.edu
GF
26:19
Gates Failing, 2022, gates.failing@osumc.edu
Zachary Christensen
26:35
Zachary Christensen, 2022, zachary.christensen@unmc.edu
Megan Dunleavy
26:52
Megan Dunleavy, 2022, dunleavym7@rowan.edu
Stephanie Lee, PGY2
27:06
This is Stephanie Lee, PGY2 from Miami. I'm also the NMPRA Director of Professional Advancement. Happy to answer any questions as well! It's always a great day to be Med-Peds! You're in the right place. :D
Jaimie’s iPhone
30:57
Jaimie Rogner, 2022, jaimielrogner@gmail.com
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
31:54
Agree about away electives. These should be for your benefit. We understand that often times these are difficult to do and set up.
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
33:58
Yes! Sometimes your advisors may tell you to rank 120+ programs to rank, but that is too many for most applicants.
Cassidy Caballero
34:02
Cassidy Caballero, 2022, cjc001@lsuhs.edu
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
34:57
LOL not 120+, I meant to say 20+ lol.
Lisann Verrico, MD
35:40
Yes, not 120 JT LOL nor 20… totally agree!
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
36:53
Please feel free to send questions to this chat as we go through this information!
Brianna Norris
38:15
Do people usually list out hobbies or write 1-2 hobbies with details?
Lisann Verrico, MD
39:03
I think most list out a bunch of hobbies but either is fine
Arlene Ho
39:05
Is it ok to ask for letters from physicians who are not at your institution?
Lisann Verrico, MD
39:51
Yes but it is hopefully from someone who has worked closely with you clinically!
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
39:56
Yes you can have physicians not at your institution, but I would usually choose those who have worked with your directly, either clinically on a IM or Peds, or Sub I rotation.
Benjamin Doolittle (he/him)
40:02
Usually hobbies are a simple list, unless it’s a substantive activity in which case you can elaborate.
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
40:27
At times, they may be a physician that you have worked with closely during a research period over the summer.
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
40:44
I personally love seeing a small description of the hobby, it gives me something to talk about and even connect with the applicant.
Kalei Hosaka
40:56
I know it is often program-specific, but do most programs prefer a department LOR (medicine/peds/both), even if it is not required?
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
42:04
There is a list of the LOR requirements for almost all programs on the NMPRA website.
Arlene Ho
42:06
Speaking of the couples match, is there a higher “magic number” of ranks to match from the Med-Peds side?
Chelsey Johnson
42:13
The dates and times for the program spotlights will be at the end of this presentation with zoom links to follow 24 hours before each out. Keep a look out in your email for these also!
Lisann Verrico, MD
42:14
My thoughts- often the dept letters reiterate your transcript and Dean’s letter… so I’d rather see one from someone whose worked with you….
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
42:29
@Kalei - Not necessarily need chairs letters or department letters. If you feel that there are stronger letters of recommendation from physicians that can better attest to your skills as an internist or pediatrician, and the program does not require a chairs letter, you may not necessarily always send that.
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
43:16
From my personal perspective, I just like to see letters from people who know you the best.
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
43:38
Agree with @Ronald Magiliola
Danielle Cannon
44:15
Also wondering about Arlene's question for couple match program number advice^
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
44:37
For the question on the couple's rank list... I'd say it's pretty complicated. Definitely review with a med-peds program director.
Kalei Hosaka
44:46
Thank you all for your responses
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
44:56
Couples matching is usually dependent on strengths of applications for both sides of the couple.
Jocelyn McGill
45:16
Will any Med-Peds programs be requiring supplemental applications?
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
45:21
Again, we are all her to help. We went to see you be tremendously successful in med-peds!
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
45:21
If your institution does not have a med-peds PD, please feel free to reach out the NMPRA or to any of us in the MPPDA (med-peds program directors).
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
45:56
Usually individualized regarding if you need supplemental applications, but depends on the program.
Jayne Barr AAP SOMP
46:14
Since we do a holistic review of applications/applicants, letters from people who have worked with you and know you well are sometimes the best letters!
Catherine Bianco
46:42
It has been very difficult to come by 4th year IM rotations. Is it alright if we don't have a catergorical IM rotation as a 4th year?
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
47:08
Yes - family medicine can also be a great letter
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
49:34
Personally, I understand that getting some rotations (4th year IM) are tough. Don't fret it if you can not specific letters because you didn't get a rotation. Agree with what Allen said... you'll going to be an excellent physician regardless of getting a rotation or a specifi letter.
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
50:51
We know that many applicants double or triple apply. We're here to help you find your best fit!
Erica Onwuegbuchu
52:36
Can a letter from a Physician mentor who hasn’t worked with you clinically, but can attest to your character and growth since first year count?
Heather Toth PD Medical College of Wisconsin
52:42
Agree, regarding rotations we understand that students are not always able to get the “perfect schedule”
Stephanie Lee, PGY2
53:26
I applied with a letter from an Orthopedic Surgeon who I have worked in extracurriculars with since college and has been my mentor for 8+ years. She knew I never wanted to do Ortho, but wanted to be my advocate. :)
Amelia Morgan (Geisinger, PGY4)
54:52
One of the BEST parts of Med-Peds is that your ENTIRE application is going to be reviewed including your entire personal statement and all of your letters!! We really try to get to know you as a person and if you’ll be a good fit for our program.
Erica Onwuegbuchu
55:17
Thank you!
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
55:32
The personal statement is your way of helping both of us decide a great fit. I like to see personal statements about your mission, goals and passion. It's my way of seeing how an applicant "thinks." It a great way to highlight 2-3 major parts of your CV.
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
56:14
I also think about keeping the Personal Statements down to 1 page long.
Laurine Tiema-Benson
56:39
Can we have a physician mentor that we worked with in a clinical setting before medical school that knows us well, but we’re not as active clinically with them now still be a good letter writer?
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
57:27
In addition to a clinical case, and a poem, I'm personally not excited about quotes.
Laurine Tiema-Benson
57:54
Can we submit more than the requested LORs?
Lisann Verrico, MD ALBANY
58:17
LOR from a clinical mentor would be ok IF your other letters speak to your clinical skills!
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
58:22
You can have many LOR's in the ERAS library, but only four can be submitted to a particular program.
Laurine Tiema-Benson
59:18
Thank you!
Heather Toth PD Medical College of Wisconsin
59:52
Laurine’s Q: agree a physician mentor can be a wonderful letter especially if they have known you over the years and would have at least 1-2 other letters attesting to clinical care.
Kalei Hosaka
01:01:36
Any thoughts about writing specific personal statements for different programs?
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:01:56
Sometimes I will see LOR being sent outside of the ERAS application - I discourage these.
Lisann Verrico, MD ALBANY
01:02:12
@kalei … only if it’s genuine
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
01:03:24
Agree with @JT Tolentino... keep LOR's within ERAS and don't send outside extras.
Khadijah Hussain - MS4 WMed
01:03:41
What are thoughts on letters from faculty on an away rotation? And if that (or any other) letter is acquired after Sept 29, is it okay to add it in later?
Arlene Ho | M4 WMed
01:04:04
Does the 1 sub-i include the home sub-i rotation?
Didi Okorozo, MS4, DUCOM
01:04:05
On sub-I in medicine or peds or it doesn’t matter?
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:04:26
@Khadijah - ideally the letter comes in before Sep 29th
Javier Hernandez
01:04:31
Is it okay to have a sub-I after ERAS applications are submitted?
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:04:40
@Arlene - yes just the one sub I from home.
Arlene Ho | M4 WMed
01:04:52
Thank you!
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:04:55
Doesn’t matter which sub I - medicine or peds -
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
01:05:12
It's fine to include letters from faculty on an away rotation--especially if you connected with them. Personally, I think it is OK to wait for a letter after September 29, but try to have at least three in your bank already.
Brittany Fehlbaum
01:05:32
Coming from an osteopathic school, what about having a sub-i after ERAS app is submitted?
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:05:37
@Javier - yes, can do the Sub I after ERAS submitted - but having some information on your performance if possible by interview season.
Javier Hernandez
01:05:57
Thank you!
Amelia Morgan (Geisinger, PGY4)
01:07:11
@Brittany Fehlbaum Sub-I’s really are more for your experience and to prep you for carrying more patients - as an osteopath myself, I did several Sub-Is 4th year just to strength my “academic” practice (I had a lot more community experience 3rd year)
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
01:07:33
Use a solid or semi-solid background as Angelica said. Dress up like a real in person interview.
Jester Galiza
01:07:33
Is the blurred background considered professional enough?
Brittany Fehlbaum
01:07:40
Thank you! Makes sense!
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:08:30
@Jester - yes blurred background works, but if there is a lot of movement in the back ground, that can be distracting.
Kalei Hosaka
01:08:51
Will there be considerations for time zone when interviewing this year? (a couple of us will be interviewing from Hawaii, which is 5-6 hours behind EST; also thinking about international applicants)
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
01:09:05
Totally agree with @Lisann Verrico… I felt like I connected as well with virtual as I did with in-person interviews.
Heather Toth PD Medical College of Wisconsin
01:09:12
Virtual interviews: One of the students bought a brick background tapestry from amazon that worked well for their setting, other students went to the medical school and used an already set up room for interviews
kalika mahato
01:09:58
Kalika mahato M3 kalika.mahato@unmc.edu (I apologize for being late I was in clinic)
Catherine Bianco
01:11:29
Do you mind talking about interview days. Is it all day? Are we scheduled for interviews at certain times? Are there interactive sessions with residents when we aren't interviewing?
Heather Toth PD Medical College of Wisconsin
01:11:39
Would also recommend joining/participating in any of the virtual networking sessions offered from programs - gives opportunities to meet residents outside of the interviews
Elizabeth Williams
01:12:02
Do you mind talking about interview days. Is it all day? Are we scheduled for interviews at certain times? Are there interactive sessions with residents when we aren't interviewing?
Rucha Vyas
01:12:10
To add to a question above, during interview days is there a virtual tour of the program part of the day as well?
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:12:16
Interview days - some are 4 hours, some are 7 hours
Amelia Morgan (Geisinger, PGY4)
01:12:25
@Elizabeth Williams - every program is very different!! Some are half days, some are full days. And yes, most of us have incorporated time with residents despite being Zoom-style!
Benjamin Jacob
01:13:01
I know IM, Derm and Surgery are requiring a supplemental application in addition to the ERAS - does Med/Peds require/encourage that?
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:13:04
Usually you can expect an over view with the PD/APDs/Chiefs, interview virtual, and maybe a lectures. Most do an interactive session with the residents the night before, and you may have other sessions during the actual interview days itself (a lecture, virtual tours, etc).
Elizabeth Williams
01:13:06
Do you have any advice for how to get the feeling of a program dynamic through virtual interviews? Especially since it has been tough to travel to see and experience the environments
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:13:36
@Benjamin - Med-Peds is not participating this year in the ERAS supplemental applications that IM is doing.
Benjamin Jacob
01:13:45
Great, to know. Thank you!
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
01:13:52
So much can go wrong during the Zoom interviews. It's true we are scared... at least I am!
Christian Muhire
01:14:02
@Dr Magliola: wouldn’t elaborating on impact of CV activities lengthen the CV beyond reasonable length (what is reasonable length of a CV in your opinion?) Thx
Chelsey Johnson, NMPRA
01:14:06
A great way to get a feeling for the programs is come to the NMPRA program spotlights over the next two weeks! Almost all the programs are participating and it will be a great way to see them and get a sense.
Didi Okorozo, MS4, DUCOM
01:14:14
Can you include long term and impactful experiences form college in CV?
Shireen Saxena (she/her)
01:14:40
Thanks for putting this together! Will the recording of this webinar be available to attendees to watch again later?
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:14:42
@Didi - yes you can
Didi Okorozo, MS4, DUCOM
01:14:51
Okay thank you
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:14:53
I would say anything from college needs to be part of your story as a physician.
Chelsey Johnson, NMPRA
01:15:18
@Shireen yes there are recordings which will be posted on the NMPRA website at medpeds.org They take a few days to go up but will be there for you to visit.
Arlene Ho | M4 WMed
01:15:35
Quick plug - a bunch of Med-Peds applicants have been on a groupme group chat for Match 2022 so message me if you want to join! We’re also having our first virtual social after this session ends :)
Phillip Pemberton
01:15:55
If you were involved in an organization but want to call out a particular project, do you recommend keeping that together or talking about them separately?
Rachel To - MS3, RFUMS
01:16:14
For those who don’t come from institutions with a MedPeds program, what are some things that we can do to gain experiences that show our interest in MedPeds?
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
01:16:42
Just short impact statements... "Improved membership by 100%" or "After performing a needs assessment, met with school administrators started new curriculum of which 50% improvement from baseline"
Christian Muhire
01:17:10
Ok, thank you!
Amelia Morgan (Geisinger, PGY4)
01:17:59
Stay confident! You can do this - try not to get overwhelmed! We’ve ALL been where you are right now and have made it through! You will too!
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
01:18:14
Don't forget about the process of different projects... For instance if you did a clinical simple binder, you probably met with many faculty to get that started and did a lot of networking. Process matters!
Benjamin Doolittle (he/him)
01:18:17
FacilitatorBen Doolittle, MD, Yale-New Haven Medical Center – benjamin.doolittle@yale.eduSlide PresenterAngelica Gangemi, MD, ChristianaCarePanelistsHeather Toth, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin – htoth@mcw.eduAnoop Agrawal, MD, Baylor College of Medicine – anoopa@bcm.eduMike Contarino, MD, University of North Carolina School of Medicine – contarino@med.unc.eduLisann Verrico, MD, Albany Medical College – VerricI@amc.eduJayne Barr, MD, Chairperson, Section on Med-Peds – jbarr@metrohealth.orgAllen Friedland, MD, ChristianaCare – AFriedland@christianacare.org
Khadijah Hussain - MS4 WMed
01:18:25
Is it okay to be taking notes during interviews, or do interviewees appear disinterested if we are looking down away from the camera to write ?
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:18:59
Jonathan Tolentino, MD, U Miami - jxt1084@med.miami.edu
Amelia Morgan (Geisinger, PGY4)
01:19:04
Amelia Morgan, Geisinger chief resident/PGY4, agmorgan2@geisinger.edu
Ronald Magliola PD MetroHealth (He/Him)
01:19:06
Agree.. Ronald Magliola rmagliola@metrohealth.org
Jester Galiza
01:19:17
There are some questions asked on this chat that I don’t think were answered yet - would it be possible to get thoughts on those questions sent to us afterwards? If that’s too much to ask, then not a problem.
Lisann Verrico, MD ALBANY
01:19:43
Remember there will be several more sessions through the summer!!!
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:19:52
@Philip - you can separate it out if you think that the special event is important.
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:20:10
Also please feel free to reach out to us if there are any additional questions that you may have!!!
Phillip Pemberton
01:20:32
@Dr. Tolentino - Thank you!
Arlene Ho | M4 WMed
01:21:06
I think I got everyone - applicants, message me if I missed you for the groupme!
Parvaneh Shadkam, MS3, WSU-BSOM
01:21:19
Thank you everyone! :)
Arlene Ho | M4 WMed
01:21:19
and thank you to all the panelists!!
Jackson Mesick
01:21:29
Thank you everyone!
Elizabeth Williams
01:21:29
Thank you so much!
Khadijah Hussain - MS4 WMed
01:21:30
Thank you all!
JT Tolentino - U Miami (he/his/him)
01:21:30
Thank you everyone! We hope that this was super helpful!
Didi Okorozo, MS4, DUCOM
01:21:31
Thank you all so much!
Rebecca McDonald (she/her) OMIV UNTHSC TCOM
01:21:31
Thank you so uch!
Jocelyn McGill
01:21:33
Thank you!
Jaimie Rogner
01:21:34
So much gratitude for you all.
Rachel To - MS3, RFUMS
01:21:35
Thank you so much!!
Natasha Dass (she/her)
01:21:35
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Reesha White
01:21:36
thank you!
Phillip Pemberton
01:21:37
thank you all
Avleen Bhandal
01:21:37
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Chisom Okezue
01:21:37
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Liana Mosley
01:21:38
Thank y’all for your time!
Michelle Raabe
01:21:38
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Megan Dunleavy
01:21:39
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Randi Domingue
01:21:39
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Phil Wozniak
01:21:40
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Kayla Wilson
01:21:40
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Robert Gordon: MS3 CUSOM
01:21:41
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Nishma Jain
01:21:41
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Jossias Genao
01:21:41
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Oscar
01:21:41
thank you!
Christian Muhire
01:21:41
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Samantha Pendleton
01:21:42
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Sarah El Mouatassim Bih, OMS-IV
01:21:42
Thanks so much for this session! :)
Julie Conrad
01:21:42
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Margaret Ginoza
01:21:43
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kalika mahato
01:21:43
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Andrea Soto-López
01:21:43
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Beatrice Jourdain
01:21:44
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Erica Onwuegbuchu
01:21:45
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Danielle Cannon
01:21:45
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Irene Martinez
01:21:45
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Meredith Nelson
01:21:45
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Rati Srinivasan
01:21:46
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Brittany Hopkins
01:21:46
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Taylor Orcutt
01:21:46
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Apoorva Iyengar
01:21:47
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Javier Hernandez
01:21:48
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Baylee Edwards
01:21:49
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Laurine Tiema-Benson
01:21:49
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Ummar Jamal
01:21:49
Thank You!
Mai Lam
01:21:50
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Meredith Kline
01:21:52
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Annika Lee
01:21:58
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