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Turning Autumns to Spring: Writing Our Parts in the Book of Life

January 22, 2016 – 8:24 PM |

Even before I entered the delivery room I heard her scream. It was the first week of my internship. Though Dhaka Medical College Hospital, my workplace, is the biggest hospital in Bangladesh, it is always …

Awakening from Oblivion through Introspection – The First Step to Self-Realization

January 8, 2016 – 11:33 PM |

‘I and the public know,
What all schoolchildren learn,
Those to whom evil is done,
Do evil in return.’
– W. H. Auden

Eternity in an Hour: A Doctor’s Mélange of Musings

June 26, 2015 – 8:20 PM |

I was born to doctor parents, in a family that had a multitude of doctors. So ingrained was the profession in our roots, that a typical family outing would comprise a trip to the local …

Fighting Flaws in the Current Medical Education System: A Student’s Perspective

June 19, 2015 – 12:34 AM |

As someone, who entered the field of medical education bright-eyed and full of interest in first year, I have since lost much of my enthusiasm and drive over the course of two years. One could …

An Open Letter to All Medical School Aspirants: What You Need to Know about the Path of Medicine

November 2, 2014 – 7:58 PM |

Each year, medical schools worldwide receive hundreds and thousands of applications. Last year, the Association of American Medical Colleges recorded up to forty eight thousand applicants. From these thousands of applicants, only about forty percent …