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Omolara Grace Adeniran, MD’s New Book, “The Residency-Intern Diary,” is Designed to Equip Medical Students and Incoming Residents for Residency Training

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Brooklyn, NY, April 04, 2023 –(PR.com)– Fulton Books author Omolara Grace Adeniran, MD, an internal medicine resident in New York, has completed her most recent book, “The Residency-Intern Diary”: a handy guide to navigating medical school or residency for those just starting out in their medical career journeys.

Author Omolara Grace Adeniran (Dr. Grace) is an international medical graduate with diverse exposure from Europe, Africa, and the United States. Adeniran graduated from one of the medical schools in Europe, practiced in Africa, and is now an outstanding medical fellow in New York working towards becoming an endocrinologist. Her passion is to help her colleagues who are struggling with residency training, new residents and interns, and medical students who will or already started their clinical training to become better and well-equipped physicians.

Adeniran writes, “Now that you matched or prematched, what’s next?…

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