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Join your host Andrew Tisser and guest Jason Reminick as they talk about this year’s residency application interviews and Thalamus, the app he founded that streamlines the application experience for all sides of the process. In this episode, Jason opens up about his views on holistic review, this year’s turnout of interviews going virtual, and the roles of each physician in addressing the specific issues and flaws in different specialties. He also speaks about the significant changes to be anticipated in the coming years for residency selection, the application process, and residency training in general.
In this episode you will learn:
· Thalamus: For Applicants and Programs.
· The concerns brought by the changes in residency application screening.
· How did this year’s general interviews turn out?
· Every specialty is a multifactored variable.
· There is no straight pathway to becoming a successful physician.
About Jason Reminick:
Jason Reminick, MD, MBA, MS is the CEO & Founder of Thalamus, the premier cloud-based interview management platform for graduate medical education (GME) training programs. He is passionate about medical innovation, education, and technology, and his work has been featured in leading medical journals, including Anesthesia & Analgesia, The Journal of Graduate Medical Education, and The Journal of American Medical Association.
He is the Director of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs Nashville Chapter and serves as an advisor at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center. Dr. Reminick trained in the combined Pediatrics/Anesthesiology program at Stanford University and graduated Alpha Omega Alpha from the University of Rochester School of Medicine while concurrently earning his MBA from the Simon Graduate School of Business.
He was recognized as a Physician of the Tomorrow award recipient (2012) by the American Medical Association, was a member of the Stanford University Society of Physician Scholars (2013-2017), and was a Joseph Collins Foundation Fellow (2011-2013).
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