Posts Tagged ‘Meaningful Doctor-Patient Encounters’

December 29th, 2022

Patients Say the Darndest Things

I’m a third-year family medicine resident. One of the great things about this specialty is the time you spend getting to know your patients. By creating a special relationship with them, you become their confidant, and they share all kinds of things about their health and life. Sometimes what they share is hilarious! Here are […]

September 11th, 2020

Emotional Intelligence During a Pandemic

“We are the keepers of each other’s future,” my program director said in her speech on our graduation day. These words have resonated in my mind and inspired me in laying the foundation for my chief residency year. We all have the opportunity and responsibility to teach and learn from each other. I remember the […]

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