For transitional year....

Discussion in 'Internship' started by toblerone, 08.30.05.

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  1. toblerone

    toblerone Junior Member 7+ Year Member

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    Just going through the ERAS site, for Transitional Year Programs, some are listed as Categorical and others as Preliminary?

    What does those mean with respect to Transitional Year (I'm thinking it really doesn't...)

    Thanks
     
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  3. Gauss

    Gauss Damnit Jim! 10+ Year Member

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    theres no such thing as categorical or prelim transitional year
    you're confusing this with IM
     
  4. toblerone

    toblerone Junior Member 7+ Year Member

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    Yes, I'm aware of the difference between Prelim and Categorical for Medicine and Surgery.

    However, if you look at ERAS --> Select Programs and choose New York (state) and Transitional Year, you will see programs listed as Transitional (Prelim) and Transitional (Categorical)....

    I was wondering if any one knew what the difference was (if any) in those.
    Thanks.
     

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