Monthly Archives: November 2014

Watching Your Baby Birds Fly: Precepting Residents

Since switching to working in the same clinics on a consistent basis I have had the simultaneous pleasure/horror of working with first and second year family practice residents every week. I precept them like I was precepted in school. I … Continue reading

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Ambivalence

I see a lot of people who are pregnant and don’t want to be. I also see a lot of people that are pregnant that want to be. But there’s a lot of room in between definitely wanting to be … Continue reading

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On The Flipside: When It’s Your Family Who Is In Need

My family, through some seemingly cosmic joke, has had more to do with receiving health care than most families have to deal with. Long before I ever contemplated a career in the medical field, I personally had been to the … Continue reading

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