a doctor in his or her specialty training years.
a physician who has completed medical school and at least one year of specialty training. social worker: a person trained to provide support, psychological counseling and information about community resources.
a physician (especially an intern) who lives in a hospital and cares for hospitalized patients under the supervision of the medical staff of the hospital; "the resident was receiving special clinical training at the hospital"
a doctor of medicine (M
a graduate of medical school in his second or third year of postgraduate training
a medical doctor who will become an ophthalmologist
a person in the second year of their internship
a physician at any level of Graduate Medical Education in an approved program that leads to Board eligibility in a medical specialty or subspecialty Board, approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)
a physician in a residency training program
a physician training in internal medicine, surgery or radiation oncology
a physician who continues to further his clinical training after his internship
a physician who has finished medical school and an internship and is receiving training in a specialized field, such as surgery
a practicing veterinarian who is somewhere between a student and a full-fledged doctor
Physician who has completed four years of medical school and one year of internship, and who is continuing his or her clinical training.
A physician who has completed medical school and an internship who is taking additional training in a specialty, such as neurology, neurosurgery or psychiatry. Residents work under the supervision of attending physicians.
A medical doctor who has completed medical school and an internship and is receiving additional training for a specialized branch of medicine.
A Physician completing preliminary training in a primary specialty (e.g., pediatrics, surgery, internal medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, etc.) following medical school.
Doctor who has completed his or her first year of training (internship) after graduating medical school, but who is still in the process of his or her general training; residents are supervised by other doctors.
A medical school graduate who is pursuing specialized training. For example, Doug Ross (George Clooney) on "ER" is a pediatric resident.
An individual at any level in a graduate medical education program, including subspecialty programs. Other terms used to refer to these individuals include interns, house officers, house staff, trainees or fellows. The term "fellow" is sometimes used to denote physicians in subspecialty programs (versus residents in specialty programs) or in graduate medical education programs that are beyond the requirements for eligibility for first board certification in the discipline. The term "intern" is sometimes used to denote physicians in their first year of training. The AMA does not use this term.
a doctor who is in training before going on to their own practice.