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Unique aspect of internship involves learning to meet needs

An intern learns to balance patient needs with his own, following the guidance of senior residents and mentors. ... For my senior residents to confidently step back, focus on the big picture, and manage our clinical team, I have to accommodate their
April 2013

Internship reflects how patient care guides medical education

The value of these moments shouldn't be overlooked. On a number of occasions, I have worked with residents who, despite loving their jobs as junior or senior residents, remarked that ... Conversations with residents at other programs around the country
July 2013

What peers are made of and why it matters to medical education

I attempted to catalogue them through comprehensive spreadsheets, and I sought advice from current residents, program graduates and personal mentors. ... On one level, this seems obvious. As residents, we spend only small handfuls of time with attending
January 2013

Year-two skills are forged from year-one lessons

Each time they plan their daily workflows, they have chances to prioritize, organize and delegate tasks to students, support staff and even their residents. ... The opposite practice can accelerate clinical maturity and lead to interns who are well ahead
October 2013

Preserving the clinical relationship in the age of digital health

The U.S. health care system is headed toward a profoundly digital future. Provider organizations around the country are adopting and updating their health information technology (HIT) infrastructures.
July 2015

Better, not broken: pursuing empathy during medical training

Empathy is a crucial element to good care and improved patient outcomes. Why doesn't medical education promote more of it?.
April 2014

Transitioning from health care to a broader domain of services

Clinicians and the organizations in which they practice are moving beyond episode-based health care delivery and into the communities in which they exist, delivering services that would normally seem outside the scope of medical practice.
September 2014

‘Rights, privileges and responsibilities appertaining thereto’

An internal medicine resident reflects on his recent graduation, a cross-country move and the new responsibilities he now carries.
September 2012

‘Digitally native’ learners will change medical education

I recently had an interesting conversation with several co-residents about how our health care system should evaluate physician performance. ... Students and residents are often far more adept at navigating electronic medical records than full-time
March 2015

Memories offer lessons in going from mentee to mentor

What a mentor does will always speak louder than what he or she says. In both positive and negative ways, mentors transmit “lessons” to their mentees through their everyday actions, conversations, and decisions.
July 2014

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