A column from our July 2012 issue required correction. “Hospitalists: An inspiration for obstetrics,” which appeared on page 33 of the July 2012 issue of ACP Hospitalist, mistakenly stated that the
I look up, suspicious that he is just trying to pull one over on a naïve medical student. ... Kariline E. Bringe is a third-year medical student at Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minn.
As a third-year medical student, I was constantly surprised by how well my background prepared me for my clinical rotations. ... Mr. Nahvi is a fourth-year medical student at New York University School of Medicine.
This sputum smear was strongly positive—the 21-year-old student who coughed it up that morning had a floridly contagious case of tuberculosis. ... Trahern Jones is a third-year medical student at Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minn.
A third-year medical student offers a brief history of that vital beverage, coffee. ... When I arrived at morning rounds at 8:02 a.m, still sleepy-eyed without my watery, standard-issue med student cup of coffee, Dr.
Ms. Gray is a fourth-year medical student at Texas A&M Health Science Center, College of Medicine.
Mr. Lin is a student at Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Frank in North Chicago, Ill.
career. Mr. Nahvi is a fourth-year medical student at New York University School of Medicine, and a frequent guest columnist for ACP Hospitalist.
Gout is also the topic of our MKSAP quiz and our Student Hospitalist column. ... Sincerely,. Jessica Berthold Editor. ACP Hospitalist.
For us, a student hospitalist and a budding scientist, medical history is the grail—specifically, the experience of standing in a rare spot, recollecting the medical memory of centuries. ... Such is our only remedy against the disease of time. Trahern