Fellowship and resident programs are not easy and can sometimes take a toll on one’s physical and mental health. Because of this, it is crucial to listen to your body and know when it’s time to rest or seek medical attention. Learn more about the wellness resources available to you and how to utilize these tools to ensure your journey to becoming a medical professional is a healthy one.
Your time in residency is about more than just furthering your training as a physician. It’s about creating lasting relationships that will not only enhance your professional life but your personal life as well. Learn more about how joining an affinity group can elevate your residency or fellowship experience.
New Orleans is a diverse community full of people representing different backgrounds, lifestyles, and ideas. The Tulane School of Medicine’s Office of Graduate Medical Education is dedicated to ensuring that our residents and fellows represent the community they live, work, and learn in. By putting equity, diversity, and inclusion at the forefront of our program, we hope to create better-trained physicians that are prepared to serve our global community.
The Tulane Resident and Fellow Congress is the residents’ voice to ensure the Office of Graduate Medical Education’s mission of striving for excellence in education. The Congress provides a mechanism by which residents can participate directly in GME activities. All current residents and fellows are members of the Congress, and peer-select representatives to serve as the elected body of the Congress. The TRFC serves as a discussion forum to develop ways to improve resident/fellow life, and as a vehicle to provide residents and fellows to raise concerns. Members of the Congress may self-nominate or may nominate other residents and fellows for elected positions. Elections are determined by a majority of resident/fellow votes received for all elected positions.
TRFC Open Forum Dates 2022:
March 31, 2022
June 9, 2022
September 9, 2022
December 8, 2022