The Match According to JoMo 2010 (PDF)

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  • 1. Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Match* (*But Were Afraid to Ask) Or, the World According to JoMo Jon B. Morris, M.D. Associate Dean for Student Affairs Professor of Surgery
  • 2. The Process
    • Class Meeting
    • One on One Meetings for Career Counseling (i.e., JoMo Reality Therapy)
    • Draft the MSPE
    • The Deans Letter Committee *
    • MSPE Launched on November 1
    • Advocacy Telephone Calls**
    • *Students Review MSPE for Grade Accuracy Only
    • **Department of Medicine – Advocacy Calls and Departmental Letter
  • 3. What is the Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE)?
    • Evaluation versus Recommendation
  • 4. Anatomy of the MSPE
    • Identifying Information
    • Unique Characteristics (250 words maximum)
    • Academic History ( matriculation, graduation, combined degree, repeat/remediate, adverse actions, gaps, leaves of absence )
    • Academic Progress
      • Preclinical Basic Science
      • Core Clinical
      • Electives
    • Summary Paragraph
      • MD/PhD Summary
      • Specialty Specific
      • Bottom Line
    • Appendices ( Module 2 and Module 4 bar graph )
  • 5. MSPE Bottom Line Distribution - 1% 4% 43% 27% 20% 5% Class of 2009 - 4% 4% 46% 19% 22% 4% Class of 2008 1% 3.3% 4% 37% 18% 38% 4% Class of 2007 - - 5% 46% 19% 27% 3% Class of 2010 -   9% 5%   44%   21%   17%   4% Class of 2006 Good   Very Good Very Good to Excellent Excellent Excellent to Outstanding Outstanding Top of the Class  
  • 6. 90% 17% 0% 33% 33% 17% 67% 33% 50% P   67% 83% 67% 67% 67% 33% 50% 50% HP 10% 17% 17% 0% 0% 17% 0% 17% 0% H Very Good to Excellent 78% 1% 3% 1% 6% 7% 6% 16% P   63% 86% 89% 84% 60% 87% 69% 60% HP 22% 36% 11% 10% 10% 40% 6% 26% 24% H Excellent 53%       3% 7% 3% P   7% 41% 52% 59% 52% 66% 62% 59% HP 48% 93% 59% 48% 41% 48% 31% 31% 38% H Excellent to Outstanding 40%               P   7% 24% 22% 20% 15% 27% 32% 54% HP 60% 93% 76% 78% 80% 85% 73% 68% 46% H Outstanding                 P                 HP 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% H Top of Class Mod 2 Surgery Psych Peds OBGYN Neurology Medicine Fam Med Emerg Med Grade MSPE Rating
  • 7. Residency Match Data 6 couples 3 1 143/151=95% 148 151 2009 138/147 =94% Matching at University Program 8 Total not entering residency 6 couples 2 147 155 2010 Couples Match Total unmatched Total residency placements Total graduates
  • 8. Specialty Selection 3.4 .6% 5 Emergency Medicine 2.7 .7% 4 Family Practice 3.4 .3% 5 Dermatology 4.1 .5% 6 Ophthalmology 4.8 .8% 7 Radiology 5.4 .6% 8 Psychiatry 9.5 4.2% 14 General Surgery 4.1 2.8% 6 Pathology 3.4 .1% 5 Neurology 2.7 1.4% 4 Orthopaedic Surgery 15.0 5.1% 22 Pediatrics 8.0 2.1 % 12 Anesthesiology 23.1 5.4% 34 Internal Medicine % of those Matching Number of Students Specialty
  • 9. Specialty Selection Cont. 2.0 1.3% 2 Otolaryngology 2.0 - - 3 Radiation Oncology 0 .7% 0 Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 1.4 .1% 2 Neurosurgery 2.0 - - 3 Oral Maxillo Facial Surgery .7 .6% 1 Urology .7 .7% 1 Internal Medicine/Pediatrics .7 1.9% 1 Plastic Surgery 1.4 .1% 2 Obstetrics and Gynecology 147 Total % of those Matching Number of Students Specialty
  • 10. Matching at Penn, 2010 % of Students Matching Number of Students .7 1 Scheie 4.1 13 CHOP 27.2 40 HUP 36.7 ( 2.9%) 54 Total
  • 11. Matching at Harvard, 2010 12 Massachusetts General 4 Children’s Hospital Boston 1 Beth Israel/Deaconess 3 Brigham and Women’s 20 = 13.6% Total
  • 12. Matches at Other Premier Institutions for the Class of 2010 3 NYP Hospital Columbia Presbyterian 3 University of California San Francisco (UCSF) 2 Stanford Number of Students Matched Institution 1 University of Michigan 1 Johns Hopkins 2 University of Washington 4 Yale 5 NYP Hospital Weill Cornell 6 NYU 6 Duke
  • 13. Specialty Trends 22.5% 41.5% 2010 22.5% 40.4% 2009 Surgery and Surgical Subspecialties ( General Surgery, Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology, OMF, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Plastics, Urology) Primary Care (Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Family Medicine, Medicine/Pediatrics) 43.1% 41.1% 23.1% 17.2% 2008 2007
  • 14. Career Choices
    • 8 students did not match in the specialties of their choice: Dermatology, Medicine Prelim Year, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, Plastic Surgery, and General Surgery.   
    • 8 students did not enter the match
      • 4 will do independent business consultation
      • 3 will conduct post-doctoral research
      • 1 will work for the U.S. Government
    • 60 students were here for more than 4 years
      • 22 students took additional time for other studies
      • 22 students earned PhD degrees
      •   6 earned MBA degrees
      •   5 earned MPH degrees
      •   3 earned MBE degrees
      •   2 earned MTR degrees
  • 15. Why Some Don’t Match
    • Applied to inadequate number of programs
    • Disconnect between academic record and career choice
    • Interview Performance
    • Bad luck
  • 16. The Rules of Engagement
    • The Match is a mathematical marvel that is fair but not altruistic
    • The student and PD always want their top choice(s) = conflicting agendas = irregular behavior
    • The PENN MED imprimatur is critical but in and of itself not sufficient to close the deal
    • Impossible is Nothing
  • 17. What You Need to Do
    • Unique Characteristics Paragraphs
      • Submit to Erin by July 1 st
    • Four Reasons for going into your specialty/specialties
      • Submit to Erin by Aug. 1 st
    • Meet with JoMo before Sept. 1 st
      • Tuesday and Friday mornings, 7:00am-11:30am
      • Call Erin at 215-898-7190, or email [email_address]
      • YOU MUST MAKE AN APPOINTMENT BEFORE MAY 15, 2010!
      • No JoMo = No MSPE
      • Remember Early Match Programs - Ophthalmology, Pediatric Neurology, Urology
  • 18. What You Need to Do
    • Personal Statement
    • Solicit Letters of Recommendation
    • MyERAS opens; students may begin working on application – July 1 st
    • ERAS Opens to Programs – Sept. 1 st
  • 19.