‚ÄčTo find learning and study strategies focused on specific topics (e.g., note-making, creating study aids, developing a study plan, test-taking, or time management) and relevant research, visit the content in Learning and Study Strategies.

  • Designing and Presenting Your Research Poster. Visit this resource to find recommendations for writing abstracts, designing posters, presenting posters, and using visual aids.
  • Easing into Residency: Transition Tips. Visit this AAMC website for tips related to managing finances, managing time, surviving, and more.
  • Tips on Transitioning to Residency. Visit this resource developed by the American Academy of Family Physicians, which includes tips for setting money aside to move, reviewing loan obligations, developing a budget, starting a family, developing an organizational system, making friends, and maintaining balance.
  • Preparing for Your First In-Training or In-Service Exams. Depending upon your specialty, you may be faced with your first in-training or in-service exam only a few weeks or months after your Intern Orientation. Be sure to check on the date of your exam and begin identifying resources and developing your study plan soon after graduation, especially for those of you going into Family or Internal Medicine.