whats the best way to study during residency?
especially pathophysio. how much in detail is necessary to know?
I know that we should read on pts we see.
But has anybody made schedule to study certain topics for each day?
Let me ask one simply question before I answer: Are you interested in having a life outside of the hospital. This is a yes or no question. I'm also not being condescending in the least, I promise. Serious question.
I agree w/ above. Recently finished my residency training. Time was scarce/precious and so I didn't read much outside of work even though I very much tried to. Depending on our senior residents and attendings, you should get enough reading material (articles, PPt's) to read through when you have down time. As a senior resident, I would do more subject based reading. But the best is reading about your patients case as this will stick the best in your memory.BIG YES.
in that case, how to make efficient use of time in hospital ?