Why Medicine Needs Its Stories

By admin on June 25, 2016

Match day has just passed and a new crop of medical students now know where they will be starting their
clinical careers. One thing is for sure, these successful students – soon to be doctors – will need to learn the
importance of flexibility and resilience as medicine is changing at a fast and furious pace. When I graduated
from the University of Michigan School of Medicine in 1983 (so long ago it strains the memory, but it was with
Summa Cum Laude designation) we did match day at a bar in town announcing the match locations one by
one in front of 250 slightly sauced peers. Since that day I have had a wonderful but unpredictable career that
has taught many lesson. Below, a few of the ones that helped me the most. Continue…

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