Dr. Suzanne M. Miller, a Harvard/Stanford MD, admissions expert, and best-selling author, has dedicated herself to helping pre-meds and medical students succeed in their journey to doctorhood. The month-long course was developed to review critical surgical anatomy and radiographic information, to review Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS), how to be successful as a surgical resident, operating room conduct, pre-operative and post-operative orders, working on surgical wards, dealing with night calls, dealing with angry families, deployments, self-care and other topics.
I used to think that it was pretty harsh of residents and attendings to give medical students crap for this behavior, but now that I’ve been around the block (fine, I’ve admired the block from a safe distance) I understand why they get so upset: We don’t have the slightest fucking clue how to act 99% of the time, so faking like we look like we know how to act only makes us look even stupider 100% of the time.
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I would suggest that you look at various sections of this blog, where you can find most of the information you are looking for – including the pre-medical requirements and information about financing your medical education as an international student.
I expect each and every one of you aspiring medical students to do the same, and I expect each and every one of you to tell your equivalent post-MCAT-drinking story to your interviewer (which, should I rejoin the admissions committee this fall, may or may not be me).