Olivia Jebb is a sophomore majoring in Neuroscience. She is a member of SPIMA, a medical service and research club at William and Mary, and she will be traveling to Africa this summer to continue SPIMA's work with a community in Ghana. Olivia is a student-athlete on the Varsity Volleyball team, and worked as an Academy Ambassador this year to help plan information sessions for incoming freshman athletes. She hopes to attend medical school after college and pursue a career in healthcare.
The Reidency Bottleneck: A Speed Bump in the Healthcare Road
My story focuses on the overarching topic of healthcare issues in America, and specifically looks into one major cause of the impending doctor shortage: the residency bottleneck. Medical graduates are having a harder and harder time finding residency positions to continue their training, and my story looks into some of the congressional, financial, and medical nuances behind the problem.
Read Olivia's entire article here.