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 medical student, I have been trained to screen for peripheral neuropathies in every diabetic patient, many of whom are aged and obese. ... Rachel Y. Nemgar is a medical student at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine 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.
It's the first lesson of a medical student: Never forget slide 67, or anything else you've ever been taught, for that matter. ... That is, as long as the feathers used to stuff these pillows weren't from H5N1- infected species …. Melanie C. Buskirk is
A medical student reflects on the implications of increased access to genetic information. ... Perhaps I may have mutated. Brian Pavic is a medical student at University College Cork, Ireland.
Being a first-year medical student is like getting a colonoscopy. The preparation is rigorous, some might say inhumane. ... Rachel R. Hammer is a second-year medical student at Mayo Medical School.
Faced with the prospect of mortgage-sized debts, the student is becoming as much a consumer as a learner. ... It takes a genuine student, and not a customer, to make that transition.
As a first-year medical student, I was encouraged to talk to patients when participating in my required clinical observerships. ... Mr. Murphy is now a second-year medical student at the University of Minnesota Medical School in Minneapolis.
An Irish medical student gives his first impressions of U.S. hospital medicine. ... Last summer, as a visiting medical student, I undertook two memorable electives on hospitalist teams in the U.S.