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M4 Pyromaniac Really Disappointed by “Match” Day
 
M4 Pyromaniac Really Disappointed by “Match” Day

M4 Pyromaniac Really Disappointed by “Match” Day

"I had been excited for this day for months and it didn’t turn out the way I would have hoped.”

Your Specialty Advisor Only Doing This To Beef-Up His CV

Your Specialty Advisor Only Doing This To Beef-Up His CV

April 08, 2016

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Residency Applicant Confidently Nails Interview Question Regarding Intergalactic Applications of Elemental Magnesium

Residency Applicant Confidently Nails Interview Question Regarding Intergalactic Applications of Elemental Magnesium

April 08, 2016

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Da Vinci Surgical Robot Really Excited for IC2

Da Vinci Surgical Robot Really Excited for IC2

January 23, 2015

Da Vinci Surgical Robot shares an excerpt from his own PTTP post, "Priority 1: do surgeries."

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Resident Who Kept Stealing Granola Bars Sole Reason for NMH Cafeteria Closure

Resident Who Kept Stealing Granola Bars Sole Reason for NMH Cafeteria Closure

January 23, 2015

FEINBERG PAVILION – After a six month investigation, Flipside investigators have identified Ben Rubino, General Surgery PGY5, as the sole reason for the NMH cafeteria closure. Initially, Northwestern Medicine cited the cafeteria operating at a loss despite charging $12.92 for a sandwich, chips, and small soda. Investigators quickly recognized that the numbers did not add […]

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Sacrifices of 3rd Year: Guys, My Cat Really Misses Me

Sacrifices of 3rd Year: Guys, My Cat Really Misses Me

January 23, 2015

As we were warned, third year has taken a toll on all our personal lives. No student at Feinberg can say they are unfamiliar with struggling to make time for friends and family. But I don’t think I truly understood how hard medical school would be on my loved ones until I started spending 10, […]

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M3 Gets Below Benchmark Rating from ABP Employee on Checkout Etiquette

M3 Gets Below Benchmark Rating from ABP Employee on Checkout Etiquette

January 23, 2015

FEINBERG PAVILION – The New Curriculum has proven to be dynamic, especially when it comes to the evaluation process and portfolio system. After the start of Phase II, AWOME announced that in addition to residents and attendings evaluating students during their clerkships, students would have to seek out nurses for evaluations as well. More recently, […]

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FSM Student, Remembering he Came Here Because he “Just Wanted to Help People,” Becomes Crossing Guard

FSM Student, Remembering he Came Here Because he “Just Wanted to Help People,” Becomes Crossing Guard

January 23, 2015

CHICAGO – Former class of 2016 student Sam Bartholemew has moved on. “I remembered that I just wanted to help people,” says Mr. Bartholemew between green lights on the north-east corner of Ogden and Grand. “It’s why I got into medicine.” It is a windy afternoon, and the children are returning home from school. “I ultimately […]

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Resident Talking to You about “Steep Learning Curve” Again

Resident Talking to You about “Steep Learning Curve” Again

January 23, 2015

FEINBERG 10 EAST – After responding to a question from his neurology attending with “tPa is indicated here” despite the patient having had three hemorrhagic strokes in the last two months, comes in complaining of the worst headache of his life, and a BP of 214/128, Phase II student Larry Walker was pulled aside by […]

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A Template for Students Reconsidering Their Career in Medicine

A Template for Students Reconsidering Their Career in Medicine

January 23, 2015

Having forgotten the joys of “having a life”, many third year medical students at FSM returned from winter break with a desire to end their enrollment in the M.D. degree program. After receiving many requests for advice on how to “break the news gently” we have carefully prepared the following form letter to explain your […]

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Resident Unable to Offer Motivational Counseling, Too Busy Deciding Which Donut Shop to Go to

Resident Unable to Offer Motivational Counseling, Too Busy Deciding Which Donut Shop to Go to

January 23, 2015

GALTER PAVILION – Internal Medicine PGY2 Jason Lerman was fifteen minutes late to clinic yesterday afternoon after waiting in a long line at Stan’s Donuts. The future primary care physician was also late to noon conference, as he was caught contemplating which donut shop he should go to afterwards. “The Subway sandwiches they provide at […]

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