| January 8, 2011
(via A Cartoon Guide to Becoming a Doctor)
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Great cartoon very descriptive and very true. They forgot one I learned in my general surgery residency. Eat when you can eat, sleep when you can sleep and leave when you can leave because you never know when you are going to be able to do any of those again.
Nice! I always tell medical students who are getting ready to take their boards: (in pseudo-Churchillian accent) “Never before have so many…known so little…about so much.”
The only thing “..very true” about this cartoon is that it portrays the unfortunate culture of complaining and whining that has developed amongst residents.
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