zealous said:Can anyone give me the general heads up on the rankings for all of the combined/integrated programs? Thanks.
zealous said:Step I 221
1 publication-not surgical but related to nutrition (statins vs natural foods in lowering cholesterol, etc.)
1 abstract from summer research in plastic surgery-planning on asking for LOR from this surgeon.
Highly doubt will be AOA.
attending a UC school with strong plastics.
mcindoe said:Based on your previous post in March:
If I were you, I wouldn't obsess about which programs are ranked higher than others right now. You should instead focus on putting together a good application and hope that you'll get some decent interviews.
zealous said:Believe it or not, there was a reason for my question! If you couldn't answer it then don't respond!! I don't need any smarta$$ remarks.
navysurgeon said:Perhaps by watching a few re-runs of Extreme Makeover, The Swan and Dr 90210, the OP could form a rough rank-list based on where all of the featured master-surgeons did their training.
navysurgeon said:I'm not aware of any organization that 'ranks' PRS training programs...fortunately, there is a responsible governing body that accredits these programs, and reviews them frequently...but the RRC and ASPS certainly don't rank them. US News and World Reports did'nt include PRS training programs in their recent annual guide to colleges and universities. Perhaps by watching a few re-runs of Extreme Makeover, The Swan and Dr 90210, the OP could form a rough rank-list based on where all of the featured master-surgeons did their training.