From residency to retirement
The benefits of exhibiting gratitude and humility in providing care to the surgical patient are described.
The traits of a caring physician, including setting patient expectations, are summarized.
The importance of upholding standards of conduct and the role surgical trainees can play in promoting a positive, equitable learning environment on explored.
A fourth-year medical school student describes her experience as a participant in the Medical Student Program at Clinical Congress.
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