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It starts with someone tapping you on the shoulder and looking from side to side during your second year of residency. “Psst!” they say. “I need to talk ...
Thoughts for interns and residents.
Taking call as the AMO, or admitting medical officer, was one of the most heinous call experiences for upper-level residents.
As doctors, our job is to do the best for our patients. We may not always like them or their opinions, but we have to learn to work around it, or refer them ...
A veteran hospitalist reflects on work hour limits for residents.
An encounter with a medical student reminds a physician what she loves about working at her hospital.
Yesterday I burst someone's bubble. Not on purpose. But I did.
Good mentors help us to get close to our full potential. Here are 10 tips to help you find yours.
The medical record is not all that helpful when you don't know a patient and have to make a quick, on-the-spot decision.