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  • Four Ways to Practice Teaching as a Medical Student

  • Created October 16, 2017 by Jacob Adney
  • During the first years of medical school, we are taught a huge volume of material, covering basic sciences and organ systems. It is not until our clinical rotations that we truly begin to experience medicine in real time. Over our clinical years, we learn how to become comfortable with patients and help them become comfortable...VIEW >
  • Planning Now for MD Happiness

  • Created October 13, 2017 by The Short Coat Podcast
  • Can You Plan Now for Happiness Later? Once you’re on the path to doctorhood, it can be hard to step off. You’ll probably be happy…but what if you find out you’d rather just skate? Sure, you’re making money, you’re an important part of the medical profession, you’ve got this under control…but there’s something missing: happiness,...VIEW >
  • Quiz of the Week: Do you recognize this chest abnormality?

  • Created October 13, 2017 by Figure 1
  • A 30-year-old male presents to his new family physician for a routine physical. He reports being in good health, but has some cosmetic concerns about a chest abnormality he’s had since he was a child. On examination, he has a high-riding left scapula and his left pectoral muscle appears to be absent. Which of the...VIEW >
  • What Medical Schools Are Looking For: Understanding the 15 Core Competencies

  • Created October 12, 2017 by AAMC Staff
  • When you think about how medical schools will evaluate your application, it can seem like a mystery. What will an admissions committee look at first? How are experiences that are not related to health care viewed or evaluated? How do you explain a personal circumstance that may have led to poor grades during an academic...VIEW >

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  • Q&A with Dr. Shane Quinonez, Pediatric Geneticist

  • Created August 7, 2017 by Christy Crisologo
  • Dr. Shane Quinonez is a Clinical Assistant Professor and the Associate Program Director of the Pediatric Residency Program  at The University of Michigan. He earned his MD at The University of Michigan and then completed his pediatrics, medical genetics, and biochemical genetics training there as well. When did you first decide to become a physician?...VIEW >
  • Q&A with Dr. Alison Stansfield, Learning Disability Psychiatrist

  • Created June 22, 2017 by Gloria Onwuneme
  • Alison Stansfield, MBChB, MRCPsych, MD is the clinical lead and consultant psychiatrist for the Leeds Autism Diagnostic Service (LADS). This is an adult all-IQ autism diagnostic service which also provides consultancy and training. She is a regular lecturer for the Andrew Sims Centre on topics such as autism, learning disabilities, Mental Capacity Act, deprivation of...VIEW >
  • Q&A with Dr. Sarvi Eastell, Surgeon, Entrepreneur, and Digital Health Advisor

  • Created June 12, 2017 by Gloria Onwuneme
  • Dr. Sarvi Eastell is a surgeon, entrepreneur, and digital health advisor. She is the founder and CEO of Holding Your Hand, a company that helps patients navigate the healthcare system by connecting them with expert impartial advocates. She is an Honorary Colorectal Surgeon at St Mark’s Hospital Foundation Trust and Chief Medical Officer at Thriva...VIEW >

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