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Dr. Hamna Tariq
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Looking Ahead in 2021

Posted on January 14, 2021 by Dr. Hamna Tariq

While many people love making resolutions for the new year, I dropped the notion that it has to be a new year in order to work on myself. Instead, I’d like to share the things that I am looking forward to in 2021 (in no particular order).

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Dr. Annie Duan
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These Are a Few of my Favourite (2020) Things

Posted on December 17, 2020 by Dr. Annie Duan

When I was asked to write a reflection of 2020, I started with a month-to-month play of 2020, which turned into a shockingly miserable diary of complaints. So scratch that – in the spirit of Julie Andrews, these are a few of my favourite (2020) things instead.

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Dr. Landon MacGillivray
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A Journey into Rural Practice – The Medicine and Beyond

Posted on October 19, 2020 by Dr. Landon MacGillivray

I’ve found rural medicine challenging, but beyond rewarding; it has provided me with an indescribable sense of fulfillment. The key is exposure. Please try it, it’s wicked awesome and don’t worry, it’s no Pandora’s Box.

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Dr. Aquila Gopaul
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A journey through time and space

Posted on September 24, 2020 by Dr. Aquila Gopaul

As an IMG I am one of a truly diverse group. I encourage us to celebrate and actively share our uniqueness. To be better physicians and people.

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Dr. Becky Phillips
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The Bigger Picture

Posted on August 27, 2020 by Dr. Becky Phillips

I have chosen to stylize this blog as a “practical survival tips guide” to going unmatched and I sincerely hope it is helpful to you during this painful time in your life and career.

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Dr. Rebecca Hay
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26hrs

Posted on July 23, 2020 by Dr. Rebecca Hay

A lot can happen in 26 hours. The purpose of the ‘26hr’ photo project was to explore this concept and to show the very human side of medicine.

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Dr. Nazia Sharfuddin
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A Letter to R1’s

Posted on June 29, 2020 by Dr. Nazia Sharfuddin

As you begin residency, I ask you first and foremost, be kind to yourself. Residency is fraught with challenges, transitions and constant adjustments. It is also filled with growth, laughter and moments of immense fulfillment.

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Dr. Olivia Guerra
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Pandemic Reflections

Posted on May 14, 2020 by Dr. Olivia Guerra

This has been an unusual time for all of us. However, it is in times like these that we are presented with the greatest opportunities for growth–”necessity is the mother of invention,” as they say.

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