December 7, 2012

My Worst Moment in Med School

Shara Yurkiewicz, PLoS Blogs


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“You’re not sorry.”

Within two days two different patients said this to me, each with hatred in his voice.  Each time I was alone, each time I had known the patient for only a few minutes, and each time the rage was directed at me and only me.

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TAGGED: Patients, Feelings, Doctors, Medical School

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