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Reflection: Beyond the Competency Domains
I feel that some of the most formative experiences during my medical school career fall outside of the competency domains. My time spent in the community, whether working on my CHE project or with the Columbus City Schools, was incredibly impactful o (More)
Reflections on Medical Knowledge: Now and Forever
I have had many occasions in which I did not have the required knowledge or had thought through a case incorrectly, but I will talk about one specific occasion that comes to mind. I was working with a patient that came to the emergency department wit (More)
How do I best incorporate feedback into my practice?
3.4: Identify one’s own strengths, weaknesses, and limits; a) seek and respond appropriately to performance feedback, b) maintain an appropriate balance of personal and professional commitments, and c) seek help and advice when needed. During the (More)
Using QI Projects to Contribute to Medicine
CEO 3.2 Seek out and apply best practices, measure the effects of changes and develop strategies to improve performance CEO 3.3 Demonstrate an understanding of the role of the student and the physician in the improvement of the healthcare delivery (More)
Finding my voice as a medical student
Competency 3.1-3: Evaluate the performance of individuals and systems and identify opportunities for improvement. Demonstrate an understanding of the role of the student and physician in the improvement of the healthcare delivery system. I (More)
Practice-Based and Lifelong Learning
Competency: Identify one's own strengths, weaknesses and limits; a) seek and respond appropriately to performance feedback; b) maintain and appropriate balance of personal and professional commitments; c) seek help and advice when needed This doma (More)
Practice-Based and Lifelong Learning
Artifact: ALIEM Bridge to EM The layout of my 4th year of medical school has been drastically different from previous years, in that I’ve had extensive amounts of time off clinical duties. Because (More)
Finding My Voice and a Balance
3.4 Identify one’s own strengths, weaknesses, and limits. Seek and respond appropriately to performance feedback. Maintain an appropriate balance of personal and professional commitments Seek help and advice when needed   As an indec (More)
From Depth to Breadth
Originally published: November 4th, 2019 If I could sum up my Medicine ring thus far in one phrase, it would be "from depth to breadth". Coming in to this set of rotations I was still very unsure of my career plan (and I remain so still). I was ex (More)
Practice-Based and Lifelong Learning
A month before starting school, I moved to Columbus because the previous tenant in my house had moved out and just paid the rent for the remainder of his lease. I wanted to explore Columbus, but quickly realized that I didn’t have the money to just d (More)
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