'19-'20 TY/Prelim. Programs
'18-'19 IR/DR Programs
'17-'18 IR/DR Programs
'18-'19 TY/Prelim. Programs
2018 Interview Invites Sent?
Interview invites sent?
Interview dates offered by program?
Yes, dinner at restaurant/external location
Yes, dinner at PD or resident's house
they go all out on the interview food +1. Great training, nice people, yale funded bar with cheap drinks for yale grad students, residents, and fellow, lots of social events (first friday hospital socials - free apps), unlimited lobster party at seaside country club, radiology holiday party, hospital "ball" solidarity night, yaleharvard football game tailgate, lots of bougie events living up to the name. Also, resident have sweet yale rad gear. Other good things is they get new iphones which yale pays for service too (free international service), free health insurance, 1.4k education fund/year, unlimited conference as long as you are presenting with 1.5k coverage for oral presentation, approx 68k/year for R1 salary, crazy flexible vacay schedule Many interviewees during the day but didn’t feel very big due to separation into multiple groups, done very well. Speaks to quality of PC and support staff GROUP INTERVIEW with the PD. Be warned. -- its not an interview... its more like the PD telling a group of applicants about the program
really heavy call, also new haven sucks heavy call is untrue. make sure you ask when you go. For R1 I believe they said on average ~13 weekend days, and R2 they have ~9 a year. IMO new haven does not suck either but that is an opinion. R1's have approx 2-3 calls per month (one weekend), and this is all supervised. I dont think thats much at all and dont find it as a turn off. If you're coming from moderate size city ~1mil population, new haven will be great. If youre coming from manhattan, LA, SF, and chicago then itll probably not be as cool -No offense to anyone, but is there any explanation for the amount of FMG and IMGs present in the program? Also a decent amount interviewing? Thought question to ask cause it sounds bad but really just wondering. Also, I’d say call is on the light side. Person must of been on their first interview that posted above. (its because they don't discriminate on applicant's academic pedigree and actively try to recruit the best people all over the world) Lol to the comment above. Yes some IMGs are better candidates than US grads. We all must accept that being born in America and going to school here doesn’t make us better than someone who's smarter and or worked harder. -I knew someone would take my comment like this and likely use it as a virtue signal opportunity. I’m not from a prominent med school whatsoever so them finding me based on the same idea of turning away from prestige I’m thankful for. However, they are the only top tier school with that much IMG weight. I think it’s a fair question, but one that no one wants to ask. I was hoping for the answer the first person provided. As long as an applicant is relatively normal, I got no qualms with where they came from. And that said, all Yales residents seemed cool. Problem with IMGs is there is a much higher chance of them being socially awkward. That's the reason most programs don't allow them. - lmao you're delusional most programs don't take them because they dont want to deal with visa issues or theyre concerned about perceived prestige
Yes, shuttle provided.
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