By: Aaron Gale, MD “Where do you see yourself in ten years?” I’m pretty sure I’ve been asked this question at every interview I’ve ever had. It’s a great question, and it’s certainly one we ask of applicants to our residency program. Yet, thinking about where I am right now and thinking back on the … More Where Do You See Yourself in Ten Years?
By Richard Backman, MD I had the opportunity and pleasure to take Physician Assistants and Medical students to Kathmandu, Nepal for an International Health elective in April 2017. Let me preface this with I don’t speak Nepalese, I am not Nepalese and I am not an expert on Global Healthcare. We spent time in a … More Lessons from Global Health
By Erin Mc Adams, MD Indiana, Mississippi, Jamaica, Cameroon, the Philippines, Swaziland… these are all locations with beautiful people and cultures that I have been privileged to lead or participate in mission/service work to (and some of these locations multiple times). Most people who have ever done any type of service work have likely wrestled with … More Lessons learned (and relearned) from years of service and mission work, both locally and abroad: