A fourth-year medical student reflects on the non-traditional traditions that came from growing up in a 2-physician, 2-religion household.
When It All Explodes: A Love Letter to Pottery
“Pottery is life. The finished product is just a reminder of the steps taken on the way.”
Enjoy This Time
A fourth-year medical student reflects on leaving medical and entering residency—and all the patients who impacted their life.
The Healing Power of Poetry
How can writing poetry help clinicians process their emotions and explore their personalities outside of medicine?
Medicine Beyond the Binary
“Respecting someone’s pronouns is vital to respecting the person in front of us and their identity. Gender has a different meaning to everyone. There are many different pronouns, even beyond they/their/them.”
Psychological Reflections on Miscarriage
When helping patients in the hardest moments of their lives, it is important to have empathy for them—and for ourselves.
What does a doctor look like?
Beyond the Binary
How can we better serve our nonbinary patients?
One medical student shares how writing poetry can help us embrace our creativity and cope with life’s challenges.
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