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Using USMLE Step 1 Scores in Resident Selection

  • Creator:   Journal Staff
  • Updated:   12/3/2021
  • Contains:  69 items
This collections features reports, opinion pieces, and more that explore the topic of using United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1 scores in resident selection and its consequences. A complementary collection on AM Rounds, the journal's blog, features additional content on this topic:

Correlations Between the USMLE Step Examinations, American College of Physicians In-Training Examination, and ABIM Internal Medicine Certification Examination

McDonald, Furman S.; Jurich, Daniel; Duhigg, Lauren M.; More

Academic Medicine. 95(9):1388-1395, September 2020.

Identifying and Supporting Students to Prevent USMLE Step 1 Failures When Testing Follows Clerkships: Insights From 9 Schools

Swan Sein, Aubrie; Daniel, Michelle; Fleming, Amy; More

Academic Medicine. 95(9):1338-1345, September 2020.

Predicting Performance of First-Year Residents: Correlations Between Structured Interview, Licensure Exam, and Competency Scores in a Multi-Institutional Study

Marcus-Blank, Brittany; Dahlke, Jeffrey A.; Braman, Jonathan P.; More

Academic Medicine. 94(3):378-387, March 2019.

Why Not Wait? Eight Institutions Share Their Experiences Moving United States Medical Licensing Examination Step 1 After Core Clinical Clerkships

Daniel, Michelle; Fleming, Amy; Grochowski, Colleen O’Conner; More

Academic Medicine. 92(11):1515-1524, November 2017.