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Episode 11: Karly Pippitt, M.D. - Family Practitioner discusses getting involved with medical education and going through the couples match while in medical school

Nov 20, 2013

How do you get involved in medical education? What is the process for couples in the residency match program? Is a chinchilla a safe pet? Family Practitioner and Phase I Curriculum Unit Director for the University of Utah School of Medicine, Dr. Karly Pippitt shares her experience of matching with her husband for residency, the path that led her to becoming a family physician and how “letting your intentions be known early” is a good way to get involved in medical education. Learn on how you can become involved in the medical curriculum as a faculty attending and how an exotic animal became a medical school pet and family member.