Last Day Of Medical School

I wish I could have written this post on Friday, but I've been ill with a vaccine-resistant strain of the seasonal flu. I could barely stay awake during Friday's lectures, and much to my...

Gold Humanism Honor Society Induction

This afternoon was Baylor Med's seventh Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS) induction ceremony for medical students. We also inducted residents/fellows for the first time (a pilot program at a handful of other med schools...

Halfway Done With Apex

A week of Apex courses has flown by, and its been great catching up with classmates (many of whom I've not seen since the basic sciences). I've learned many high yield pearls to utilize...

Anesthesia For Medical Students

Because anesthesiology is not built into the core rotations at many medical schools, I put together a foldable brochure containing many of the "high yield" topics of anesthesia for medical students to use on...

Apex Starts Tomorrow!

After being separated as a class for many months, we're finally reuniting (yes, even the people who prefer to stream lectures from home) for the next two weeks of Apex. I'll be kicking off...

One Month Till Match

In roughly one month, I'll figure out where I'll be spending the next four years of my life as a resident physician. My rank order list was submitted several weeks ago, and things will...

Apex – Transitioning From Medical Student To Doctor

Every fourth year medical student (MS4) at Baylor Med is required to take Apex, a pass/fail course which provides a "unique, practical and interactive focus on solidifying students' medical school experiences while developing and...

Last Tuition Payment

My very last tuition note has been paid!! Over the last four years, I've spent less than $80,000 on medical-school-related expenses: tuition, insurance, fees, supplies, contract parking, gas, wear-and-tear on the car, etc. Though...

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