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First Eight Days Of Fellowship

I'm finished with an eight day stretch of days/nights in our combined surgical, burn, and trauma ICU. What an incredible way to start off fellowship!I came to the Brigham to learn a different way...

What’s In My Work Bag 2017?

Here's a rundown of the belongings I carry to work every day as a critical care fellow:Targus CityGear Atlanta messenger bag Repel windproof travel umbrella Brigham and Harvard ID badges on a lanyard ...

Tips For Studying In Healthcare

This post was written in response to the most common type of question I'm asked - general tips for studying. We've all heard the horror stories of studying 10+ hours per day, having no...

Boston Apartment Finally Furnished

Last Thursday, I received my car, washed it, and unloaded all the clothes I had packed into the trunk to finally generated some semblance of a wardrobe. 🙂More importantly, I received my furniture this...

Tips For Writing Your Personal Statement

A pivotal part of any application process is composing a personal statement (PS). This can be stressful as we're not usually accustomed to writing about ourselves, but here are some tips which might help...

First Two Days In Boston

My experience of moving to Boston is best described through a timeline: July 1st 6am - 12pm: Very busy security line at Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston; however for the first time, I didn't have to...

Farewell Houston – Onto Boston For Fellowship Training!

I'm feeling a myriad of emotions at the prospect of leaving all I have ever known this morning. I'll never forget the day that I received my medical school acceptance from Baylor College of...

ABOUT RISHI

Harvard critical care and cardiothoracic anesthesia combined clinical fellow seeking to improve medical education and patient safety with technology and quality initiatives. Learn more about me and feel free to drop me a question!