Taking the Lead as a Pre-Med: Early Steps to Be Prepared

2017-02-04T23:02:34-05:00

Choosing to be a doctor is a minimum fifteen years in the making.  It is never too early to prepare yourself to be a doctor in high school or college. A goal without a plan is just a wish. Here are some helpful tips in order to prepare yourself for a future in medicine: 1. Schedule your classes wisely. If you are in college, it is important to plan your class schedule wisely. Try not to take on too many science classes at once or else you will be stressed and risk not getting an A because you could not manage the [...]

Taking the Lead as a Pre-Med: Early Steps to Be Prepared2017-02-04T23:02:34-05:00

The Art of Medical Scribing: Gaining Clinical Experience While Getting Paid

2017-02-02T01:04:18-05:00

Prior to applying to medical school, I believed that in order to see if I was really cut out to be a doctor, I should first become a medical scribe. At the time, in 2008-09, medical scribes were not prevalent across the USA and only mainly in major cities.  However, months passed and medical scribe companies began popping up in almost every region, giving the opportunity for pre-medical students to obtain medical experience AND get paid. Gain medical experience AND get paid? Win-Win! That sounds too good to be true for a college student, especially since most pre-med students have to [...]

The Art of Medical Scribing: Gaining Clinical Experience While Getting Paid2017-02-02T01:04:18-05:00

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