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in-Training: Stories from Tomorrow’s Physicians
On Choosing a Specialty
Joseph Hodapp's piece on the fork in the road that eventually faces all medical students: the challenge of choosing a specialty.
The Ways We Fail
Hannah Decker, fourth year at Emory School of Medicine, writes a powerful piece on how easy it is to become inured to what you see as a medical student -- and how to maintain empathy nonetheless.
Adventure #17: Behind the Lens
Columnist Neha Kumar writes about how a photography adventure taught her how to keep perspective as a third-year medical student.
An Interview with Dr. Dustyn Williams and Jamie Fitch, Co-Founders of OnlineMedEd (Part 5)
The fifth and final installment of our interview with Dr. Dustyn Williams and Jamie Fitch, co-founders of OnlineMedEd, one of the most widely-used educational resources by medical students around the world.
In Conversation with Ghosts
Writer-in-Training Maggie Hulbert writes a moving piece about a husband coming to terms with the loss of his wife--not to death, but to dementia.