Specialty That is Right For You

Link from The University of Virginia School of Medicine, Material from book “How to Choose a Medical Specialty”, by Anita Taylor

Turn Left or Right ? Decision, decision ! Photo taken at Durango to Siverton rail road (Leica DigiLux 1, F/8, 1/559.3s)

Turn Left or Right ?
Decision, decision !
Photo taken at Durango to Siverton rail road (Leica DigiLux 1, F/8, 1/559.3s)

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Decisions…decisions…every medical student has enough on their plate to begin with so the added stress of trying to choose which specialty suits you best is an unnecessary burden. BUT have no fear; there is a fast, easy and effective test to help you make this decision. Click below to check it out!

 

Specialty Test

 

Website from University of Virginia School of Medicine.

 

This material was originally published in the book “How to Choose a Medical Specialty”, by Anita Taylor.

Anita D. Taylor, MA Ed

Anita graduated from Bryn Mawr College with an B.A. in Sociology and from Wake Forest University with a master’s degree in education and counseling. She is an Associate Professor and serves as the director of Volunteer Faculty Outreach and co-advisor to the Family Medicine Interest Group for the Department of Family Medicine. The author of “How to Choose a Medical Specialty,”, 4th edition, she is the OHSU Director of Career Advising for the medical students. She also has a special interest in physician and medical family life planning as well as faculty development. She and her husband, Robert B. Taylor, M.D. have 2 children and 4 grandchildren.

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