Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Value of Conflict

Adapted from original post at symmetrycounseling.com We often receive the message that fighting is bad. It feels unpleasant, it can hurt others’ feelings, and it often turns us into angry, hurtful people we do not recognize. It is true that

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Pediatrics

The third year of medical school is broken down into eight clinical rotations. Given the change of structure, it is not conducive to do our sharing of first impressions like we did for first year and second year since each rotation includes

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Second Year (in review)

Ryan officially survived the second year of medical school, including the perils of Step 1 and the conclusion of traditional classroom structure! He will begin his clinical rotations in third year, which brings new challenges in extensive work hours, skill

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