Tag: medstudents

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Becoming a Woman in Surgery

25 Oct 2018

by Rachel Salinas Becoming a surgeon is an intimidating endeavor. The moment I said it out loud, people would comment on how hard the hours are, how mentally and emotionally exhausting this career...

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What Interviewers Don’t Say

10 Sep 2018

AWS National Medical Student Committee Tweetchat September 17, 2018 8 PM EST By Shree Agrawal Congratulations! You have finished your third year of medical school, and hopefully you are nearing ...

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An Open Letter to AWS Members from Communications Committee

22 Feb 2018

Two years ago, a friend and mentor approached me and asked me to help manage the communications team for AWS. Like I do with most things, I approached this with gusto. I got organized, made lists, set...

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How to Maximize your CV in Medical School

13 Sep 2017

By Faith Robertson The curriculum vitae (loosely translated from Latin as “Course of life”) is a concise overview of your experiences and academic achievements over time. As a medical student, yo...

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To Look in the Mirror and Not See Further than My Neck

25 Jan 2017

By: Natalie Tully January is Thyroid Cancer Awareness Month. As you may have read in an earlier blog post, thyroid cancer is the most prevalent cancer in young women under 25. This is the story of ...

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Learning to Lead & Lean In: A Medical Student Perspective on AWS.

29 Oct 2015

[caption id="attachment_6601" align="alignleft" width="225"] 1st year Medical Student Sarah Armenia at the AWS Conference 2015.[/caption] Author: Sarah Armenia I first became familiar with the A...