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How do millennial doctors communicate with their Gen Z patients? Pediatrician @niky.mamamd uses Gen Z slang to act out the scenario.
What would an honest Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) submission letter say? Surgeon @livelaughexlap delivers a dramatic reading.
This emotional situation led GI oncologist @doclauravater to “treat every person in the hospital as if it were their hardest day.”
Pediatric neurologist @thatsleepdoc responds to a comment questioning his expertise: “Not only do I keep up with the research…, I am the research.”
“Do the thing that scares you,” urges third-year resident @drkaydo, offering advice to those feeling unmotivated.
In recognition of last week’s National Physician Assistant Week, David Langer, MD, expresses his appreciation: “I think the value of PAs has only grown since I finished my residency.”
Nurse Amirah Ali, BSN, RN, shares a video addressing nurses’ mental health in response to the passing of an emergency nurse who left behind a note addressed to the healthcare system titled, “A Letter to My Abuser.”
“More patients for me I guess,” says podiatrist @footdocdana, reacting to a Disney World clip where a guest sticks their toe out during a moving ride.
Want a glimpse of pharmacy work culture? Picture your airline pilot first scanning your ticket, then loading the luggage, and then dishing out mid-flight drinks, says pharmacist @millenialrx.
Prolonged toilet breaks can lead to hemorrhoids, according to gastroenterologist @thestomachdoc, noting that limiting phone use while using the restroom is a good idea.