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#Top12of2020: in-Training 2020 Year in Review

Happy New Year from all of us at in-Training! We are proud to share our 12 most-read articles of 2020.

Thank you for your contributions and your readership over the past year. It has certainly been a difficult one, and we are exceedingly grateful that you all used in-Training as a platform to share your reflections, opinions, and solutions. Run by medical students and for medical students, your ongoing support is what makes us a premier online peer-reviewed publication. We look forward to seeing your contributions in 2021, and we’re excited to see where the year takes us (hopefully some place better!).


Should Medical Students Continue Clinical Rotations During the COVID-19 Pandemic?


History of Present Illness — A Medical School Short Horror Film



Monologues During the Era of COVID-19: A Patient Perspective



Well, it happened: Step 1 will become pass/fail. Where do we go from here?



Step 1 in the Time of COVID



Snakes and Symbols: How Medicine Misrepresents Itself



Here’s Why Defunding the Police Can Change Medical Care for the Better



Navigating Trauma in Your Personal Statement for Medical School



Shortness of Breath During COVID-19: A Letter from an Asthmatic 



Medical Students Do Not Owe You Their Trauma



Medical Ethics in the Time of COVID-19: A Call for Critical Reflection



It’s Time to Find a Better Way to Test Soon-To-Be Doctors

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