The first 2 (pre-clinical) years of medical training have been compared to the experience of ‘drinking water from a fire hose.’
While a fitting metaphor, it doesn’t offer much in the way of providing hope or guidance for how to best manage the pre-clinical years experience. The physician’s ‘black bag’ is unique in that it contains only the essential resources needed for effective, quality care in the face of potentially challenging circumstances. This page was conceived as a black bag of sorts to assist your efforts in the pre-clinical years.
Who is who in the Medical School?
More information coming soon, including:
- Organizational chart of the people available to support your training efforts and success
- Information about the respective roles each will play in your process