. . . at my 21 days of writing. But a sister is tired after work, man. I have so much to say, too. I just need to keep my eyelids open long enough to write. . . .
For now, enjoy these two fun photos from Friday of me rounding with the two awesome medical students on my team. We were stamping out some serious disease, man. Learning lots, connecting with people, and, I think, taking excellent care of the human beings under our care.
Honestly? I write this blog to share the human aspects of medicine + teaching + work/life balance with others and myself -- and to honor the public hospital and her patients--but never at the expense of patient privacy or dignity.
Thanks for stopping by! :)
"One writes out of one thing only--one's own experience. Everything depends of how relentlessly one forces from this experience the last drop, sweet or bitter, it can possibly give."
~ James Baldwin (1924 - 1987)
"Do it for the story." ~ Antoinette Nguyen, MD, MPH
Details, names, time frames, etc. are always changed to protect anonymity. This may or may not be an amalgamation of true,quasi-true, or completely fictional events. But the lessons? They are always real and never, ever fictional. Got that?