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Event Format CareerMD events provide participating organizations with an opportunity to meet residents and fellows in a relaxed setting. While you may use your assigned table location to leave brochures or business cards within easy reach of residents and fellows, there is no requirement that you remain at your station during the evening. CareerMD encourages an informal “meet-and-greet” style at its events.

Event Preparation
Extensive information about your organization, including your current vacancies and a profile, will be published in the Participating Employers Guide and distributed to residents and fellows in advance of the event. Inclusion in the Participating Employers Guide is complimentary and helps ensure that residents and fellows arrive at the event with an awareness of which organizations they will have an opportunity to meet. Therefore, upon registering for an event, it is important that you log in to CareerMD to post your current vacancies and profile.

Attendee Guidelines
Participating organizations are encouraged to bring business cards, brochures, and other print materials for distribution to residents and fellows. While giveaways and tablecloths are not restricted, they are not recommended, as table space may be limited and will vary from one event to the next based upon venue requirements. Booths, floor banners and tabletop displays are not permitted at CareerMD events unless explicitly noted.

Hotels, Parking, and Shipping
If you will be bringing brochures, flyers, or other printed materials to the event, CareerMD recommends that you bring these items with you rather than shipping them ahead of time, in order to ensure their safe arrival. If you opt to ship your materials, please contact the venue directly for shipping instructions. Please note that CareerMD is not responsible for receiving packages and, upon arrival at the event, please check with the venue directly to retrieve your package.

Past Participation
How many residents and fellows have participated in this event in past years? Consult the table below for historical registration statistics.

5/31/2017 - 50 Residents & Fellows
1/14/2016 - 140 Residents & Fellows
3/10/2015 - 107 Residents & Fellows
7/15/2014 - 101 Residents & Fellows
7/30/2013 - 114 Residents & Fellows
7/24/2012 - 138 Residents & Fellows
3/24/2011 - 81 Residents & Fellows

Candidate Data
Upon registration, in-house recruiters may log in to CareerMD at any time to review information about residents and fellows who have pre-registered to attend. After the event, all recruiters may log in to download a complete list of candidates who registered and/or attended. Information available about each candidate typically includes name, email, training data, citizenship status and geographic preferences.

Who's Invited: Teaching Hospitals in the Area
All residents and fellows training at the following nearby teaching hospitals will be invited to attend this event:

Teaching HospitalCityState
Lincoln Medical Education PartnershipLincolnNE
Iowa Medical Education CollaborativeDes MoinesIA
University of Nebraska Medical Center College of MedicineOmahaNE
University of Kansas School of MedicineKansas CityKS
Creighton University School of MedicineOmahaNE
Research Medical CenterKansas CityMO
Central Iowa Health System (Iowa Methodist/Iowa Lutheran)Des MoinesIA
Center for Family MedicineSioux FallsSD
Children's Mercy HospitalKansas CityMO
Broadlawns Medical CenterDes MoinesIA
University of South Dakota School of MedicineSioux FallsSD
University of Missouri-Kansas City School of MedicineKansas CityMO
Mercy Hospital Medical CenterDes MoinesIA
Nebraska Medical CenterOmahaNE
Siouxland Medical Education FoundationSioux CityIA

Participating Specialties and Subspecialties
Residents and fellows training in the following specialties and subspecialties will be invited to attend this event:

Internal MedicineFamily MedicinePediatrics
Radiology-DiagnosticEmergency MedicineObstetrics and Gynecology
Cardiovascular Disease (IM)Pathology-Anatomic and ClinicalOrthopaedic Surgery
Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine (IM)NeurologyInternal Medicine/Pediatrics
Gastroenterology (IM)OphthalmologyOtolaryngology
Transitional YearChild and Adolescent Psychiatry (P)Hematology and Oncology (IM)
UrologyInfectious Disease (IM)Nephrology (IM)
DermatologyInterventional Cardiology (IM)Neurological Surgery
Allergy and ImmunologyEndocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism (IM)Rheumatology (IM)
Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PD)Physical Medicine and RehabilitationPlastic Surgery - Integrated
Pediatric Gastroenterology (PD)Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine (PD)Pediatric Radiology (DR)
Radiation OncologyInternal Medicine/PsychiatryClinical Neurophysiology (N)
Geriatric Medicine (IM)Pediatric Surgery (GS)Child Neurology (N)
Geriatric Medicine (FM)Hospice and Palliative Medicine (FM)Vascular and Interventional Radiology (DR)
Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology (IM)Pediatric Hematology/Oncology (PD)Pediatric Cardiology (PD)
Pediatric Endocrinology (PD)Sports Medicine (FM)Cytopathology (PTH)
Hematology (PTH)Pediatric Infectious Diseases (PD)Sleep Medicine (IM)
Pain Medicine (AN)Critical Care Medicine (IM)Developmental-Behavior Pediatrics (PD)
Pediatric Critical Care Medicine (PD)Plastic SurgeryColon and Rectal Surgery
Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine (PM)Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology (AN)Pediatric Anesthesiology (AN)
Transplant Hepatology (IM)Critical Care Medicine (AN)Surgical Critical Care (GS)
Thoracic SurgeryAdvanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology (IM)Child Abuse Pediatrics (PD)
Maternal-Fetal Medicine (OBGYN)Neuromuscular Medicine (N)Pediatric Nephrology (PD)
Pediatric Pulmonology (PD)Selective Pathology (PTH)
Addiction Psychiatry (P)Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (ORS)Pediatric Otolaryngology (OTO)
Vascular Neurology (N)Nuclear MedicineMolecular Genetic Pathology (MG and PTH)
Pediatric Pathology (PTH)Pediatric Sports Medicine (PD)Vascular Surgery (GS)
Neuroradiology (DR)