Lab Medicine Rounds

Mayo Clinic Laboratories

A Mayo Clinic curated podcast for physicians, laboratory professionals, and students; hosted by Dr. Justin Kreuter (the Bow Tie Bandit of Blood) and featuring trending topics from subject-matter experts.

Special Episode for Students Who Matched Into Pathology
May 20 2022
Special Episode for Students Who Matched Into Pathology
Timestamps:0:00 Intro2:00 Coming off a relaxed 4th year, how do you recommend we get back into the study flow for training? 6:45 Once residency starts and we are working all day and studying in the evenings, do you have recommendations on how to ease back into that? 9:30 How do you recommend finding a mentor in residency training? How do you know if it’s a good fit or if you need to figure out how to find another mentor? 13:35 How would you maximize your time on AP rotations? How is this approach different than CP rotations? 21:22 How do you recommend getting involved in research and residency? If you do find a project you are interested in, how do you approach it if they are not doing a lot of research in that area at the time? 28:18 How do you mentor your residents on balancing step 3 studying, with pathology studying, and working? 29:15 What is the role of having research and research experiences and applying to fellowships (posters, etc.) Research Experiences and Fellowships33:07 Entering residency with a strong idea of what we want to pursue a fellowship in, what advice can you offer to help secure this fellowship? And on the contrary, if you have no idea what you want to do how do you recommend people narrow it down? 46:00 How do we navigate the type of career setting we want to be in? 50:15 What conferences do you recommend residents attend?55:00 How do you recommend maintaining work/life balance and experiencing burnout?1:00:50 OutroResources:·        Book: Getting Things Done by David Allen·        Book: Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning by Peter Brown·        Book: Peak by Anders Ericsson