Mentoring Tomorrow's Physicians
What makes a caring, empathic, and wise physician is not medical school. These qualities have their origins in our early environment - one’s upbringing, grade school teachers, scout leaders and coaches, and later educators who take a special interest in one’s personal development, and, of course, mentors.
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