Anne Kuritzky http://ripr.org en Future Docs, Part 3: The Changing Face of Residency http://ripr.org/post/future-docs-part-3-changing-face-residency <p>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. Thu, 15 Nov 2012 19:54:12 +0000 Kristin Gourlay 4697 at http://ripr.org Future Docs, Part 3: The Changing Face of Residency Next Up: Morning Rounds and the Changing Face of Residency http://ripr.org/post/next-morning-rounds-and-changing-face-residency <p>Coming up next in Future Docs, meet third-year surgical resident Anne Kuritzky. <strong>This Thursday on Morning Edition</strong> 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.</p> Tue, 13 Nov 2012 20:44:14 +0000 Kristin Gourlay 4696 at http://ripr.org Next Up: Morning Rounds and the Changing Face of Residency