It is challenging to accept that medical school is over. I have physical reminders of this transition: a new home, an active baby boy, and the wonderful space between spring and summer.Continue reading “On the end of an era (or Fourth Year: a post-mortem)”
What a wild week. I’ll proceed chronologically: Capstone TIPS, ACLS, then Graduation.Continue reading “On the final week (or Graduation: a post-mortem)”
Chloe Costigan! Chloe is a 31yo physical therapist, teacher, and half-orphan. I met Chloe while interviewing her husband, John Giacalone, and quickly realized she’d be a wonderful guest. During this conversation, we discuss what makes a good clinician, why she considered herself a flight risk, and how she has been shaped by the death of her father at an early age.Continue reading “Chloe Costigan On Death”
This past week has been a flurry of activity. This will be mostly stream of consciousness and jump around quite a bit.Continue reading “On the move (or the beginning of Graduation)”
This week, I have faced three major transitions: the end of my clinical rotations of medical school, beginning the move from our student home into our residency home, and the death of my paternal grandmother.Continue reading “On a time of transitions (or Inpatient Neurology: a post-mortem)”
Eugene Kim Once Again! Eugene is a 29yo student, recorder, and gamer. In the nearly three years since his original interview, Eugene has been physically much closer to life and death.
During this conversation, we talk about everything from: being indoor humans and how one day we might be more apelike to the game of Go/Baduk. The importance of connectedness and community shine throughout our conversation with an optimistic look forwards toward his future as a psychiatrist, father, and human.Continue reading “Eugene Kim On Death Once Again”
The model of “See one, do one, teach one” is a rough sketch of how quickly a medical student/resident is expected to pick up skills and disseminate information to others.Continue reading “On see one, do one, teach one”