Duke Anesthesiology is proud to have one of the top ranked residency programs in the nation. And three of the doctors who oversee this highly regarded program have developed one more way to connect – the DARE blog!
- Answer common questions directed towards the Residency Program office
- Share educational experiences (both successes and failures)
- Open communication between medical students, residents and educators regarding medical education
With this blog, the Duke Anesthesiology Residency Program director and assistant directors hope that individuals will feel they can reach out to them online with any questions they may have about the department and Duke as a whole, ultimately creating beneficial conversations.
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