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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.
A s 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.
A s 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.
Being a first-year medical student is like getting a colonoscopy. The preparation is rigorous, but you're grateful to have an appointment. ... Rachel R. Hammer is a second-year medical student at Mayo Medical School.
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.
hospitals as a non-U.S. citizen. In our student hospitalist column, Chi Tang explains just how much work can go into sending an application fee from China, not to mention ... Sincerely,. Jessica Berthold. Editor, ACP Hospitalist.
And speaking of medical education, our Student Hospitalist column humorously examines the way loved ones confer the role of personal physician to aspiring doctors the minute they get accepted into medical ... Read on to discover how one medical student
In 2007, the ACMQ opened its doors to medical students through the creation of a Student &Resident Section. ... Ms. Murphy-Ryan is a second-year medical student at Mayo Medical School and Medical Student President of the Student and Resident Section of
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.