Hi everyone, If you've seen my previous posts, you can see that I have started Intern Year to a very rocky start and am being mistreated on several occasions. I never expected this from a Psychiatry residency, but it is what it is. I am trying to finish the rest of this year on a decent note, but even that will be a challenge considering how my interaction with my PD has been. He does not seem like an evil person per se, but his expectations and demeanor have been quite worrisome for me as I just finished medical school and did not do an observership at his place. Furthermore, everyone else in my program is a foreign graduate from India, Africa etc. that has done extensive Psychiatry experience and some were attendings. The workload is also quite intense. I have never heard of any intern at my friends program doing 20 progress notes and 9 H&P's in one day (this was on the day I was on call) with little supervision. I literally am just looking at epocrates for quick things or texting my friends for some of this stuff as to what to prescribe. As much as my boyfriend and I wanted things to work out here, It just is not working out and I would like to find another spot somewhere next year, if not this year. I have average COMLEX scores (slightly above average on level 1), passed the PE, and have to take COMLEX 3. I did not take USMLE and my PD knew this, but is now giving me a lot of BS about not taking it (AFTER I MATCHED in front of his medical students & nurses). Some of the medical students have been quite vicious as to making comments about my racial background, I just completely ignored them. I want to know if someone has any advice on transferring from an MD program to a DO program or a dually accredited program? I feel like I am just losing in every way whenever I come to work. I try to be nice and friendly with my co-interns and senior residents, but it doesn't help when they start yelling at me for being "too slow" and god know's what else in their native dialect (I'm assuming it is some version of an Indian language). I think my PD doesn't want me around either so I may be able to get a neutral letter of recommendation if I finish all my rotations and pass them.