Holistic Review – Shaping the Medical Profession One Applicant at a Time
Robert Witzburg MD and Henry Sondheimer MD
April 25th, 2013 New England Journal of Medicine: Vol 368 – pp 1565-1567
The Dog-Eat-Dog World of Applying to Med School
Tamara Livshiz – July 26th, 2009
The New York Times
What Does it Mean to be a Physician?
Michael Whitcomb MD – October 2007
Academic Medicine: Vol 82 – Issue 10 – pp 917-918
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Please note that due to limited resources, advising appointments are only available to matriculated undergraduate UW-Seattle students and alumni.
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I'm interested in a career in nursing. How do I access advising services? Our in-person nursing information sessions will tell you about prerequisites, competitiveness, the application process, and good ways to prepare for applying to nursing school. Sessions are held in Mary Gates Hall on the dates listed below.
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