The term “doctor” can be traced to its Latin root, docēre, which means “to teach.” And indeed, teaching is ubiquitous in medicine; the residency system… Read More »From Classrooms to Clinics: A Former High School Teacher’s Reflections on Medicine
John Choi is a lactose intolerant medical student who believes in the power of sharing stories and, regretfully, loves cheese.
Disclaimer: To avoid breaching patient confidentiality per hospital policy, names and circumstances have been altered. However, the spirit of the interaction with patients was preserved… Read More »Who Are the Best Teachers in the Hospital?
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I am sitting in one of the most beautiful architectural marvels I have ever seen: the iconic Rose Main Reading Room of the New York… Read More »A Medical Student Finds Beauty in Studying