By: Ana Holtey , DO, MS When starting my fellowship, my goal was to develop a fund of knowledge to allow me the opportunity to implement evidence-based medicine and appropriate plan of care management for patients with substance use disorder within a primary care setting. During the year of fellowship, I was exposed to a … More Fellowship Series: Addiction
by Theadora Sakata It is graduation time in Residency Land, and my time as a family medicine trainee is coming to a close. I am off to the Eastern time zone for a fellowship in sports medicine and find myself in a position common to many geographically mobile members of today’s workforce: a patient in … More How does a Family Physician pick a primary care physician?
by Tim Farrell Family medicine residents often ask me why I decided to pursue a career in geriatrics. Upon entering residency training in 2004 at Brown University/Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island, I envisioned practicing full-spectrum family medicine and had never considered geriatrics. It was during my second year that I had the privilege to work … More Identity Crisis or Opportunity? Reflections on Professional Identify Formation as a Family Physician and Geriatrician
by Kyle Goerl What a year! As I write this blog post, I am sitting in the shoes of someone at the culmination of his medical education. I finish my Sports Medicine fellowship recently, and it is hard to believe that this year is, for all intents and purposes, over. To be certain, I don’t … More Report from the Field: Sports Medicine Fellowship