The Doximity Residency Navigator is designed to help the medical students compare residency training programs nationwide based on their career interests. Over 60,000 U.S. physicians have contributed nominations, ratings, and reviews to help medical students find the right training program. Residency Navigator combines feedback with data on residency programs across 28 specialties, and "alumni outcomes" analysis from analyzing the CVs and career paths of all U.S. physicians.
- Over 4,000 residency programs featured across 28 specialties
- Program pages include 275,000 nominations, ratings/reviews from 60,000+ U.S. physicians
- Over 75% 4th year medical students utilize Residency Navigator
- Satisfaction and Nomination Surveys for the 2020-2021 Residency Navigator Open: May 7th, 2020
- Satisfaction and Nomination Surveys for the 2020-2021 Residency Navigator Close: June 19th, 2020
- 2020-2021 Residency Navigator Launches: Mind-July 2020
Data from two surveys are in part used to create the Residency Navigator.
The Satisfaction Survey allows current residents and alumni to provide ratings on several program characteristics and submit an anonymous written review of the residency program where they trained. The data from this survey powers the free-text reviews and ratings on culture, work flexibility, etc. on your program’s page.
The Nomination Survey asks board certified physicians to nominate up to five residency programs that provide the best clinical training in their specialty, which is then weighted to construct an analysis that is nationally representative of the opinions of board-certified U.S. physicians in that specialty. When prospective applicants use Residency Navigator, they can sort and filter programs by criteria such as location and training environment, alumni research output and subspecialization rates, program size, and clinical reputation. The reputation component is powered by the Nomination Survey.
More information about the 2020-2021 Residency Navigator can be found here.