This book serves as a guide on the most challenging year of residency-internship. This year marks the overnight transition from a medical student to a young physician. Aside from a sound medical knowledge base, this new role requires skill-sets to establish a patient-physician rapport, inculcate a strong work ethic, and a sense of team spirit. Sharing their real life experiences, Nishaki discusses her memories from the three hospitals where she worked as an intern and Veeral brings his internship experience working in four hospitals to this book. In addition, as third-year residents having worked with two classes of interns and as core members of the Graduate Medical Education Committee, they share an additional perspective from a more senior role. In a refreshingly honest and sincere endeavor to relate their personal journeys, they have unraveled secrets on how to become an efficient, successful and most importantly a happy intern!
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