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Acknowledging the competing incentives in medical school

from The Huffington Post (Commentary)

The rigorous four years of medical school is often heralded as the most defining period of a physician's career. It is a stage of marked intellectual and emotional transformation; what was a college-degree neophyte adept at biology and test-taking soon emerges as a novice physician ready to train in the art and science of medicine. Medical school is often branded as the time to "find oneself" in a career focused on patient care. For many medical students, especially those without specific predetermined career paths, finding passion and purpose through medical education includes navigating through many maladaptive impulses that exist in the process of obtaining a medical degree. more

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