A community created for students, by students to build a diverse doctor workforce
Student Doctor Network (SDN) was created in 1999 as a nonprofit service to help build a diverse doctor workforce by providing free advising resources, tools, and peer-support communities to those who would otherwise not have access to such services.
SDN brings together hundreds of thousands of current and future healthcare students and professionals into one community where they can share information, offer guidance, and provide encouragement to their peers and those coming up behind them, as well as seek advice and guidance from vetted experts. Whether considering a gap year, struggling with the intensity of their classes, or navigating the Match, members can find someone who understands what they’re facing.
The SDN community includes most doctoral-level health fields: