gallant2m said:i think a lot of docs dont spend their time sifting thru mail all day, as they get all sorts of garbage in the mail from all sorts of places. Email is more personal, and every single time i have contacted doctors thru email, i got a swift reply. I sent all mine thru email, and one just wrote back.
FACS said:Veeery in-ter-esting.
It sure would be easier than hunting down their addresses. And, I agree, it is sort of personal, isn't it?. Doctors are pretty good about answering their email aren't they? And there's definately more chance that they'd reply. That must be reassuring. How many have replied to you?
This is a very good point. But then I have also heard it is good to have a thank you letter in your file. What are people's thoughts on a handwritten thank you note to the PD, and emails to the other interviewers?lowbudget said:Email. It's less junk mail plus you open lines of communication to email again in the future.