The way I see it, the standards and recommendations of practice change from year to year, decade to decade. What does not change is the art of medicine, the ability to build a relationship with your patients.

If you can take away that from your training, you will do fine. The rest you can look up and read.

A resident giving her perspective on what we should emphasize in our clerkship.

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