By: Erika Sullivan, MD When I was a third-year medical student, I had a rotation on the far north side of Chicago, in Evanston, at a local community hospital delivering babies on the OB Ward. Because the arrangement with this hospital was a new one, and because the hours on the OB deck were quite … More The Importance of Failure
By Victoria Prince, MD, PhD Almost two years ago I started my intern year on labor and delivery. If I’m being honest, I was terrified. I was no longer a med student, there to learn and to take tests. I was an intern, there to learn and work! I was finally a doctor! But while … More What’s in a Name?