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On Floss Picks and Empathy

June 26, 2013

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Humanism and empathy are all the rage in today’s medical literature and are increasingly emphasized in the education process.  We select applicants who display these virtues or in whom we think we can cultivate them.  They’re even recognized by national societies like the Arnold P. Gold Foundation, of which I am I a member.  All […]

At Odds: Quantity vs. Quality

April 27, 2012

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As a medical student who just completed this third year of training, I took special interest in Dr. Pauline Chen’s recent article about Harvard Medical School’s “Integrated Clerkship” – a program that eliminates traditional block-style clerkships and asks students to follow a panel of “up to 100 patients” longitudinally over the course of a year […]