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Matthew Zuckerman 10h
, if you have one of these trained docs in your corner, then you're in good hands.
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Jamal Taha 22h
Working on our resident as we celebrate the end of intern year
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Taylor Burkholder Jun 24
Replying to @bpaull24 @DenverEMed
The knowledge bombs you dropped from 5 mm above the mic will resonate with me (loudly) for the rest of my career.
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Jeremy Voros Jun 24
What a group! True mentors, every one of them.
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Bart Paull Jun 24
Intern re:1st day on trauma "It was super affirming that I love being a doctor and overall just a great day"
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Jennifer Bellows Jun 24
take pride in your ability 2 empathize w/ patients even after 4 years of working a LOT
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Bart Paull Jun 24
Intern re:his first NSGY Fri night: "It's a doozy man! Been running around like a crazy person since I got here. Fun though!"
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Bart Paull Jun 23
Possible highlight of my life - Golden Microphone award for proximity to microphone during M&M presentations from Zach J et. al
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Richard Byyny Jun 23
Resident: I could do one of 3 things. I was going to ... because...What do you think? Thoughtful, flexible, willing to learn
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Wilderness Medicine Jun 22
Fellowship Goal: to have the most comprehensive prgm of its kind in the world
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Resa E Lewiss Jun 21
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Richard Byyny Jun 21
It has been my pleasure and honor to teach you Class of 2017
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DenverEM Jun 21
Gannon Sungar giving the interns some sage advice. "Trust rather to hard work, perseverance, and determination."
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Marcus Holmes Jun 21
So true, and the stories are often heart breaking/practice changing/humbling if you listen long enough.
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DenverEM Jun 21
Dr. Lowenstein to Class of 2017: "never have so few, done so much, for so many, for so little." We're going to miss you guys!
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DenverEM Jun 21
Sage wisdom from Dr. Hurlbut: "Patients will tell you what they think you are prepared to hear. Be present. Everyone has stories."
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DenverEM Jun 21
The 2018 Chiefs present their final M&M. Looking forward to some pearls from our awesome faculty!
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Larkstone Jun 21
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DenverEM Jun 16
Denver Health ED interns getting their learning on
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