PGY

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PGY

abbreviation for postgraduate year, describing medical school graduates during their postgraduate training as interns (PGY-1, first year), residents (PGY-2, 3, 4), or fellows (PGY-4, 5).
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The program also provides each student with the opportunity for a "Zellowship," a post-graduate year of financial support that enables writers to dedicate their time solely to writing.
The Winchendon School is a college preparatory school that serves 240 students in ninth grade through a post-graduate year.
Following National Service in the RAF, Coun Ravenhall read English at Magdalen College, Oxford, and qualified as a teacher through a post-graduate year at Birmingham University, teaching at Woodlands School in Coventry and Ashlawn School in Rugby.
The 23-year-old, who was the first winner of the first Merseyside Young Singer of the Year Competition in 2004, is currently in her final post-graduate year of opera studies at the Royal Northern College of Music, in Manchester.
Buchanan came to New Hampshire to attend Tihon School for a post-graduate year after graduating from Arlington High School in Massachusetts.
As iterated in Cathy Elliott's feature in the May-June Access, there are efforts to eliminate clinical examinations altogether, to substitute for dentists a post-graduate year of residency (PGY1) that in some instances may not be accredited or adequately supervised, and to eliminate the treatment of patients in clinical examinations.
He returned to London for a post-graduate year in composition and arranging at the Guildhall School ofMusic and Drama.
Three residents were initially enrolled in their third post-graduate year.
The educational psychology course Teaching and Learning was only one of four required in the first quarter of a newly state-mandated program designed to prepare teachers in only one post-graduate year.
After gaining her Master of Science degree from Edinburgh University, Heather studied image processing in the meteorology department in her post-graduate year.
the implementation of the Public Interest/Public Service Fellowships ("PipS"), a two-year program encompassing the third year of law school and first post-graduate year that enables students to transition to law practice and have a guaranteed public interest- public service job after graduation;
He also played football and lacrosse during his post-graduate year at Wilbraham & Monson Academy prep school, and since has played "a little rugby.

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