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Everything I Learned in Internship

July 3rd, 2014  |  by  |  published in Medical School & Beyond

Everything I Learned in Internship

The following is part of a series of guest posts. Starting your first year of residency and looking for advice? Below are 12 animated gifs that represent the 12 lessons that Mike Moore, DO learned during the internship year (PGY-1) of his Family Medicine residency. Follow him on Twitter @MikeMooreDO! Lesson 1: “The best safety net […]

English-Spanish Medical Dictionary App Review

December 2nd, 2012  |  by  |  published in Medical School & Beyond

English-Spanish Medical Dictionary App Review

  Knowing medical Spanish is becoming more important for every healthcare professional, no matter where you live. Coming from Texas I had though that the Hispanic population would wane as I moved 1100 miles further north, but there are still many patients who speak only Spanish or speak better Spanish than English. Today, over 3, […]

Advice to Medical Students from Doctors

November 2nd, 2012  |  by  |  published in Medical School & Beyond

Advice to Medical Students from Doctors

Here is a list of advice I have received from many doctors with whom I have worked as a medical scribe. Medical school is a new form of hell, but fun. Sometimes patients come to you “for the show” so break out the full regalia and spiel if they need it. If they are complaining of an […]

Interview: Jessica Otte, MD

July 9th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Medical School & Beyond

Interview: Jessica Otte, MD

Going to Med School interviewed Jessica Otte, MD. Dr. Otte received her Doctor of Medicine from the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She did her residency in Family Medicine at UBC’s Nanaimo site. Dr. Otte writes a very interesting blog that she updates regularly. You can read it at http://drottematic.wordpress.com/. […]

Intern by Doctor X: Book Review

June 26th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Medical School & Beyond

Intern by Doctor X: Book Review

Intern by Doctor X was published in 1965, but nonetheless paints an intriguing inside view of medicine. The book is written diary-style from the point of view of Doctor X, who writes about his patients (but changes their names.) In 1965, once a doctor graduated from medical school, they would complete a one-year internship before […]

Life as a Medical School Student

June 4th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Medical School & Beyond

Life as a Medical School Student

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