Residency Postinterview Communications: More Harm Than Good?

@article{Grimm2016ResidencyPC,
  title={Residency Postinterview Communications: More Harm Than Good?},
  author={Lars J. Grimm and Carolyn S Avery and Charles M. Maxfield},
  journal={Journal of graduate medical education},
  year={2016},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={7-9}
}
T he National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) was designed to provide a fair, reproducible, and confidential means of matching medical students and graduate medical education programs. During the recruitment process, residency programs and applicants actively communicate with one another to gather information to make more informed decisions. When these communications occur after interviews, but before rank order lists are submitted, they are termed ‘‘postinterview communications.’’ To prevent… CONTINUE READING