I am a resident interested in heme/onc, basically for a lot of reasons: I enjoy the therapeutic relationship, the innovation in new agents, the characteristics of many patients being "fighters" and the chance to truly help my patients for a lifelong condition. The thing is, over the course of my residency, I realized I HATE outpatient medicine. I cannot do solely outpatient medicine for the majority of my work life, as I just feel so under stimulated and drained after more than like a half day of clinic. I, on the other hand, never get tired inpatient. I was wondering what options there are for someone who likes heme/onc but doesn't enjoy outpatient medicine. What if I want to see patients for half days a couple times a week in clinic and rather work in the hospital? Or, is onc/critical care an actual career? How common is this as a career that is mostly inpatient with some outpatient and some research and teaching residents, because that would be my ideal setting. I have also realized there are other careers I could enjoy; I enjoy the physiology of cardiology, and I enjoy the multidisciplinary fashion of critical care, but maybe by nature I'm not the most procedurally inclined or best at quick thinking, but I do enjoy critical thinking. Any insight into how to sort out career options based on preferences and some sagely advice on what a future might look like given my preferences would be most appreciated. Thank you so much.