Sleeping on the Job

There are very few settings in which a good night’s rest is more important than in medicine. It is vital for patients’ in recovery as well as for those entrusted with their care. Here’s some advice from a fellow medical student on ways to enhance sleep for patients and in each phase of medical training.

Victor Carlson (2 Posts)

Contributing Writer

Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University


Victor is a Class of 2016 medical student at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University.

Sleeping on the Job

There are very few settings in which a good night’s rest is more important than in medicine. It is vital for patients’ in recovery as well as for those entrusted with their care. Here’s some advice from a fellow medical student on ways to enhance sleep for patients and in each phase of medical training.




Victor Carlson (2 Posts)

Contributing Writer

Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University


Victor is a Class of 2016 medical student at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University.

Sleeping on the Job

There are very few settings in which a good night’s rest is more important than in medicine. It is vital for patients’ in recovery as well as for those entrusted with their care. Here’s some advice from a fellow medical student on ways to enhance sleep for patients and in each phase of medical training.