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Residency Application

Beginning in the first year of medical school, students are provided structured sessions for self-assessment, specialty selection, and information related to specialty characteristics.  Student Interest Group meetings and Lunch & Learn sessions with clinicians from various fields provide further discovery.  Students meet individually and in small group sessions with a clinician for career counseling.  Also, students meet each year for a panel discussion with ETSU Residency Program Directors.  The Career Explorations course series uses AAMC's Careers in Medicine site and is administered through the D2L course management system.

Students are provided guidance in the development of a personal statement and curriculum vitae.  Additional sessions are held related to use of ERAS, NRMP and Early Match Programs.  This collective list of resources is made available for ease of access while off campus. 

The American Academy of Family Physicians publication " Strolling Through the Match " is an excellent tool outlining each step of the residency application process.

Match Day Ceremony

ETSU Graduate Medical Education

Match Day Results

ETSU Residency Programs or Fellowship Programs

The American Medical Association provides information related to Medical Licensure and links to State Medical Boards.

Previous graduates of ETSU Quillen College of Medicine who wish to re-enter the match, must submit an request with full name, current address, phone number and year of graduation. 

If you have questions, or need assistance, please contact the Institutional Administrator for ERAS / NRMP at 423.439.6327.

Last Update:  4/29/2014

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