I'm back . . . and fully recovered from Match. I know that seems like a really broad question - but it seems like year after year, all kinds of good advice gets passed down in pieces to the upcoming intern classes, and some of us never have the privilege of knowing it. Especially if no one at our future program is from our med school. Where do you learn how to plan your first schedule, how to organize your call nights, what to carry in your white coats, how to handle that first difficult patient encounter, whether or not to use a PDA and how to stay organized, what you should be reading in your free time, how to budget your income, how to stay healthy, how to resuscitate your clinical skills after a month or two away from medicine during the 4th year, in general . . . how to be a good intern??? Is anyone else as nervous about starting residency as I am?