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JGME for Residents

Welcome to the Resident section of the Journal of Graduate Medical Education (JGME)! On this page, you will find a collection of carefully selected open access articles relevant to resident physician life, and information on submitting a manuscript. 



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Submit a Manuscript

JGME welcomes submissions of manuscripts from residents and fellows.

The Journal regularly publishes works authored or co-authored by residents and fellows. In addition to medical education research, educational innovations, and descriptions of quality improvement, submissions include perspectives, essays, literary pieces describing your experience as residents and fellows, and your thoughts about your learning environment.

Author instructions are located here. Manuscripts from residents and fellows undergo the same peer-review process as all JGME submissions.



Recent JGME Articles of Particular Interest to Residents and Fellows

Guidance for Resident Authors

Clinical Learning Environment

Mentoring and Being Mentored


Scholarly Activities

Select JGME Articles Authored by Residents and Fellows

Harnessing the Power of Medical Twitter for Mentorship

What Traditional Lectures Can Learn From Podcasts

CREOGs Over Coffee: Feasibility of an Ob-Gyn Medical Education Podcast by Residents

Trainees' Perceptions of the Transition From Medical School to Residency

Everyone Is Awesome: Analyzing Letters of Reference in a General Surgery Residency Selection Process

Family Medicine Faculty Time Allocation and Burnout: A Residency Research Network of Texas Study

Graduate Medical Education Virtual Interviews and Recruitment in the Era of COVID-19

The Hidden Curriculum of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Creating a COVID-19 Action Plan for GME Programs

Shared Loneliness During COVID-19

Braving the COVID-19 Pandemic

I-PASS Illness Severity Identifies Patients at Risk for Overnight Clinical Deterioration

Sketching an Approach to Clinical Education: What We Can Learn From Improvisation

Questioning Family-Centered Rounds: A Pediatric Resident's Challenge

Characteristics of ACGME Residency Programs That Select Osteopathic Medical Graduates

Pro Re Nata

In Vein


Introducing our Resident Members


Resident Editorial Board Members:

Arianne "Cuff" Baker, MD, Clinical Fellow, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Boston Children’s Hospital

Samantha Baker, MD, MS-HPEd, General Surgery Resident, VA Quality Scholar Research Fellow, University of Alabama

Caroline Coleman, MD, Internal Medicine Resident, UJ. Willis Hurst Internal Medicine Residency Program, Emory University School of Medicine

Timothy "Tyler" Daugherty, MD, Internal Medicine Resident,  John T. Miliken Department of Internal Medicine, Washington University

Timothy G. Dyster, MD, Chief Medical Resident, University of California, San Francisco

Dan Wong, MD, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Resident, Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, University of Chicago Medical Center


Resident Journal Oversight Committee Members:

Tara Dhawan, MD, Resident Member, Oregon Health & Sciences University, Portland, OR

Katherine Marsh, MD, Resident Member, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

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