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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Process: Reflections from the Path to Doctor

Over the past year and a half, I have been compiling an anthology of reflections from medical students, junior doctors and residents from around the world about their experiences in medicine. The anthology, provisionally called Process: Reflections from the Path to Doctor, is now under contract with University Press

The Poor Historian

Fiction Martin Hess sat with arms crossed in the family doctor’s waiting room. This was the third doctor he’d visited in as many months. Frustration and fear called up an image of Ben, who recently sat right where he was, before his nightmare began. Ben

Holistic Healing in the Military

          Dr. Fred Foote enlisted in the Navy during the 1970s, working as a hospital corpsman before spending his undergraduate years at Middlebury College, St. Johns College Annapolis, and the University of Chicago. After graduating in 1980, he went on to

Tattoo

I asked my dying patient today if she had any regrets? She said, I wish I had gotten a tattoo but I don’t know what I would’ve gotten it of. Is there anything more human than that? To want to have something permanent to stamp