Anne Kuritzky

Health Care
2:54 pm
Thu November 15, 2012

Future Docs, Part 3: The Changing Face of Residency

Anne Kuritzky, 3rd year resident, begins morning rounds.

After medical school, most doctors go through a kind of on-the-job training called residency. Residency programs have been around for a while, but some recent changes in those programs are impacting not only how residents practice but how patients receive care. So in the next Future Docs story, we take a look at residency from two angles. First, we meet third year general surgery resident Anne Kuritzky, who takes us on morning rounds on the surgical intensive care unit. Then, I join our Morning Edition host Elisabeth Harrison in the studio to talk about the showdown ahead on Capitol Hill over residency program funding and the changing needs driving residency specialization.

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Health Care
3:44 pm
Tue November 13, 2012

Next Up: Morning Rounds and the Changing Face of Residency

Anne Kuritzky presenting a patient to her attending on morning rounds in the SICU.

Coming up next in Future Docs, meet third-year surgical resident Anne Kuritzky. This Thursday on Morning Edition on Rhode Island Public Radio, join Anne on her morning surgical rounds, and then join me right after for a brief discussion about what’s changing for residency programs and how that affects patients and doctors.

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