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2016-10-20 15:29
For now, my time at St Joe’s has ended. My inpatient rotation there ended about a week ago, and I am happy to have had the opportunity to work there. I was definitely nervous at first… Read More
2016-10-17 17:22
I had no intention of getting involved in research when I began my medical school journey, and I definitely had no plans to work on a project that would take me to an international conferenc… Read More
2016-10-13 15:05
Hello and happy fall! It’s actually starting to feel like fall now. The mornings are chilly, and the heat feels much less oppressive. I saw a few leaves changing colors, and there is a… Read More
2016-10-10 18:30
This week in doctoring, we talk about breaking bad news. How to tell someone that his or her loved one is dying or is dead. We hear heartbreaking stories from parents of dead children, of or… Read More
2016-10-07 02:57
Anatomy class is an irreplaceable and unique learning experience during our M1 year; a tangible trip through the human body that allows us to explore and learn without fear of causing harm… Read More
2016-10-06 14:34
The first step in addressing health disparities in minority communities is acknowledging they exist, but we can only expect to see significant progress when the physician workforce demograph… Read More

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