20 May 2012


I had the opportunity to teach a large audience of pre-meds about the patient interview and about how to generate and hone a differential diagnosis. It is a blast looking back and seeing how much I've learned in the past year. I now feel familiar enough with some of the concepts of medical practice that I feel comfortable teaching others what I know.

The joy of getting in front of an audience, cracking jokes, and presenting my thoughts in a fun, interactive way reminds me that I would love to teach in some capacity once I finally become a physician. Teaching medicine seems just as exciting as practicing it.