It’s extremely helpful and interesting to know the origin of words. People working in medicine are delineated, in part, by their title. It assists patients and professional colleagues in knowing who to trust when information is needed. A key member … Continue reading Origin of ‘Doctor,’ a Resident’s Perspective
This weekend has been really relaxing and re-energizing. Weekends are rare during residency, and are exceedingly sparse during the first and second years. This year, my third and final of residency, has ushered in more weekends. It’s been awesome for … Continue reading Goals for 2018
Writing my 2017 year-end article as a third year resident (PGY-3) is truly something. I find myself reflecting on a myriad of things; vying to be a competent physician, enjoying my first wedding anniversary with my wife Claudia, bringing home … Continue reading 2017 In Review
Life in residency is always busy. Time flies by. I am nearly three months into my third and final year of residency (PGY-3). I was scrolling through social media earlier today, and noticed a familiar big announcement: Today ACGME residency … Continue reading Fellowship Candidacy
Medical residency training is an amazing opportunity, filled with a lot of stressful scenarios that test your knowledge and grit. I have had the pleasure of working … Continue reading A Thoughtful Gift!