Even though my posting here at Pandora has been anemic, I've continued to write columns at The Differential. (After all, I'm under contract for a few more weeks.) If this portal is your reminder to read them, and you're looking for convenient links, here are my most recent posts.
May 17: As I tried to pack for my cross-country move, I categorized my stuff left over from umpteen years of education. If only I'd figured that out earlier!
May 23: You may have already read my musings on the significance of graduation - the day that is.
June 2: While teaching some second year students during their transition to the wards, I learned that an expert medical student is only a mediocre intern and a horrible attending.
June 14: I jotted down dome of my thoughts and emotions on the eve of my first responsibilities of internship.
June 27: It took a little while until I actually had my first shift. But soon after, I wrote just a bit about that.
July 4: I think hand washing is one of the easiest ways to reduce complications in medicine. Yet it remains the hardest for us health workers to actually do...
I've a few more entries in me until I put blogging on hold in favor of learning to be a doctor. But at least this will give you something to chew on. And maybe you'll see me back at Medscape in another capacity someday!