While most applicants prefer in-person interview, virtual interviews can help level the playing field to ensure applicants are recruited based on merit.
The SMARRT program, developed through a T32 grant from the NIH, promotes an entire curriculum of scholarship, training and mentoring for participants.
The program director for Cleveland Clinic’s Critical Care Fellowship program discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic altered the traditional training experience for fellows while also creating new learning opportunities in the process.
This initiative offered a way to improve patient experience, maximize caregiver efficiencies, minimize radiation exposure and standardize practices with no negative impact on patient outcomes.
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An intensivist reflects on his journey in critical care medicine, from reading House of God in medical school to recent transformations in the field.