Adam B. Weiner
The word came unbidden into my head.
Oh, no. Here I was, only a few questions into Mr. Marlow’s medical history, and the feeling had begun already.
I’d often experienced this when I was a pre-med student, spending so much time on labs and textbooks instead of with patients. When I’d begun my first year as a medical student, I’d hoped to leave all that behind. Medical school felt energizing: I was ready to see real patients and start helping them!