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There are some things in life that we must do alone- you are born alone and will die alone but carrying the struggles of medical school and residency alone is not one of them.
Dr. Allison Mitchell shows us how some the most scariest parts of our journey to anesthesiology- medical school, exams, residency interviews- can turn into a joy ride.
Jean-Paul Sartre said- hell is other people- but Dr. Mitchell demonstrates that heaven is other people too. Who are you surrounding yourself by?
Dr. Allison Mitchell is an academic obstetric anesthesiologist and residency program director at Washington University in St. Louis.
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