What is the easiest residency program?

What is the easiest residency program?

What is the easiest residency program?

The USA: Easiest to get into is Family, Psychiatry, and Pediatrics. Easiest to go through is Psychiatry, then Family Medicine and PM&R.

What is the least popular medical specialty?

With that in mind, the five least competitive medical specialties are:Family medicine.Physical medicine and rehabilitation.Anesthesiology.Pediatrics.Psychiatry.

What are the least stressful medical specialties?

Least stressful specialties by burnout ratePlastic surgery: 23%. Dermatology: 32%. Pathology: 32%. Ophthalmology: 33%. Orthopedics: 34%. Emergency medicine: 45%. Internal medicine: 46%. Obstetrics and gynecology: 46%.

What specialty has the longest residency?

The length of residency depends mostly on the field a graduate chooses to take. Medical specialties such as family medicine and internal medicine often requires three years, whereas surgery usually requires a minimum of five, and neurological surgery is the longest at seven years.

How competitive is psychiatry residency?

Although U.S. medical school seniors are readily able to match into psychiatry, the top tier residency programs are quite competitive. In the 2018 NRMP Match, 15% of U.S. senior applicants failed to match. Osteopathic applicants may also apply for positions in 12 AOA-approved psychiatry residency programs.

How long is residency by specialty?

Length of ResidenciesSpecialtyLength of Training*General Surgery5 yearsInternal Medicine3 yearsNeurology3 years plus PGY-1 Transitional/PreliminaryNeurosurgery7 years17

What comes after a residency?

The training that is done after a residency (in a subspecialty) is usually called a fellowship. Much of what you will learn in your chosen specialty will be learned in your residency.