Reflections

Last fall I worked with a professor in healthcare humanities during a research elective.  It was a great opportunity to get feedback on my writing and reflect on some of my clinical experiences.  A few of the short pieces I wrote during that time were recently published, some others are still in consideration.

Numbness – a short anecdote I told a medical student starting clerkship about patient-centered care.  Part of the 2016 CFMS Annual Review.  Lots of great stuff: CFMS Annual Review 2016

In The Fade – talking about small group learning and the need for openness in discussions.  Included in the National Geriatrics Interest Group’s annual publication. NGIG Publication

Labouring – reflecting time spent on the labor & delivery ward during clerkship and patients not being given the chance to use the comforts available. The Muse Issue 3

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