I was recently invited to a serve and speak on a panel for a session called “Preparing for the 2022 Match for AMA Members.” There were incredible panelists and so much great, sage advice shared. I was asked some great questions, and I thought I would share some of my responses. The first question I […]
Autopsy Rotations: Returning to My First Patient
In medical school, we are often told upon entering the cadaver lab that the bodies in front of us should be treated as our first patients. For most of my colleagues, this is largely rhetorical as while we should obviously respect our cadavers—most physicians hope to never see a patient in the morgue again. As […]
I’ve Matched – Now What?
Now that us fourth-years are matched and many have completed their medical school rotations, we are entirely free! I finished my last elective last week, and have a mixture of feelings – triumph, joy, pride, excitement, and nervousness. Triumph and joy at completing medical school, pride for matching into my number one choice for residency, […]