Emory Pros and Cons

Hey all. This is my first post so bear with me. I have tried to read up on Emory and see what people have thought about the program but have come up with nothing. I was just wondering if anyone knew of the program's strengths...size...resident happiness...work load...or any other info I may possibly be interviewing there so I just wanted a heads up. Thanks
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I'm currently in fellowship and trying to find my first job as an attending. Have several offers, but I think I've narrowed it down to two *relatively* big-name academic places. Program A just offered me a job, but at about 50k less than program B. I think I want the job at A more, mostly for location, but that's a pretty big hit. I want to try and negotiate with them, and attempt to leverage my offer at B, but have no idea how to do this. I guess my questions are: 1) Is it possible to... Read more
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Conditions:   Intracranial Neoplasm;   Hyperlactatemia;   Brain Tumor;   Hypoperfusion Intervention:   Sponsor:   Ankara Diskapi Training and Research Hospital Recruiting
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Condition:   Post-operative Pain Interventions:   Procedure: Pectointercostal fascia blocks;   Other: Placebo Sponsor:   University of Alberta Not yet recruiting
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Conclusion Continuous US-guided TMQLB appears to be a safe and effective RA technique for managing postoperative pain after nephrectomy for up to 48 hours. Trial registration: German Clinical Trials Register-DRKS-ID: DRKS00014611.PMID:34868765 | PMC:PMC8627643 | DOI:10.7759/cureus.19120
Source: Cancer Control - Category: Cancer & Oncology Authors: Source Type: research
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