Transitioning From Student Life Into The World Of Residency
- Volume 23 - Issue 11 - November 2010
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Podiatric residencies have advanced over the years to be more diverse and have longer periods of training. It is a privilege to be able to participate in such academic environments. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of committed podiatrists, the profession has continued to excel. Through the efforts of podiatrists taking the time to share their expertise with those in training, podiatric medicine will continue to advance.
Although residency training is filled with various challenges, it is the time to be appreciative and take advantage of every learning opportunity offered.
Dr. Ryans is a first-year resident at SSM DePaul Health Center in St. Louis.
Dr. McCord recently retired from practice at the Centralia Medical Center in Centralia, Wash.