The other side of the interview chair: an intern’s perspective

by Kaley Capitano, DO The holidays. A joyous time full of spirit-lifting decorations, delicious seasonal treats, and opening day at the ski resorts. It’s generally a time filled with celebration and family, but for one subset of medical students it’s the most stressful time of the year: interview season. As fourth year medical students we … More The other side of the interview chair: an intern’s perspective

Why I’m Doing an Addiction Medicine Fellowship

*Note: This post was written in June 2019, just prior to Dr. Caspar’s graduation from the University of Utah. As I prepare to graduate from the University of Utah Family Medicine Residency today, I am looking forward to my upcoming year completing an Addiction Medicine fellowship. One of the things that most excites me about … More Why I’m Doing an Addiction Medicine Fellowship

The Case for Universal Health Care

Universal health care works. That isn’t a radical or unsupported statement. Dozens of countries throughout the world have implemented systems to provide medical treatment to even the poorest of their citizens. In countries where universal health care exists, it is popular across the political spectrum. Consider this: the lie that British Conservatives told the United … More The Case for Universal Health Care

See You Soon!

We will be taking a temporary break from posting on the Family Medicine Residency blog until November 1. This time period will serve as a time to revamp the blog and improve our message and content. Thank you for your continual support and we look forward to coming back in full force on November 1!

Reader Survey

On July 1, 2019, the Family Medicine Residency Blog celebrated its five year anniversary. Over the years we have had a myriad of topics ranging from residency stories, touching patient experiences, stories about loved ones lost, health and wellness, the great outdoors, and more. Today, we take the opportunity to find out what you love … More Reader Survey