What They don’t Teach You in Medical School

There are many, many things they don’t teach you in medical school which are essential to life after medical college. Things like the travails of the stock market; when, where and how much to invest; when to make career moves like shifting to another country. Imagine during internship, there was a two week posting wherein interns could get to know how to work in different countries- the licensing exams, the expected salary structure, the problems and so on. That would be fun. But unfortunately, this article is not about any of that. Its about another matter which is not taught in medical school- communication. Not the communication of...

Why I became a docto...

Why indeed? The answer to this question changes over time. For instance, just before an interview for selection into medical college, the answer that almost all of us are repeating over and over again in our minds goes something like this: ’Ever since my –um- childhood, I wanted to help...