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Information seeking is an active health behavior that influences cancer fatalism; however, people commonly experience challenges in accessing high-quality and actionable health information that is personally relevant. This is especially common among older and rural adults who have a high cancer...
The Orthopaedic In-Training Exam (OITE) is administered annually to orthopedic surgery residents to assess their medical knowledge. The authors provide a comprehensive review of the orthopedic oncology portion of the exam in order to aid residents in preparation for future in-training and...
Medical education and training consists of a series of stepped transitions, each marked by increasing autonomy and responsibility. Perhaps the most formidable transition begins upon the completion of one’s training and stretches well into the first year of “attendinghood.” This period is often...
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