This text provides Foreign Medical Graduates with a guide for becoming licensed to practice medicine in the US. It describes and explains the process for obtaining a visa, review for the USMLE, effective studying, stress management, cultural issues, and finding a residency. The book includes a chapter on the USMLE on how to apply, addresses, and web-sites and focuses on the US directed curriculum and differences to be expected by an IMG.
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From an IMG voted "Best Graduating Resident" by teachers and students at Chicago Medical School
International medical grads: Get all the answers to these important questions ...
What's on the USMLE that I didn't learn abroad? How do I apply for the tests step-by-step? How do I choose (and get chosen for) the right residency? How can I improve my chances for success in U.S. medicine? What are 10 things I can do to make my transition easier?
Inside: a rare look at how to get good fellowships
Increase your confidence and odds in every area--standardized tests, academic and clinical performance, the social and cultural transition, and more ...
Unlock IMG success secrets in U.S. medicine with:
An IMG¿s pointers on all USMLE parts, TOEFL, CSA, as well as residency. A detailed guide to important addresses, application process, website resources, and more. Valuable information on U.S. issues, from domestic violence to computers and medical statistics. Residency survival skills, including ECG reading, ICU rotation, and history taking, American style. Interviews with IMGs now in residencies. Insider guide to moving to and living in the U.S.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 2nd. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0071347240