Most of what you learned in medical school is wrong. And that’s OK.
“90 percent of what you will learn over the next four years will be wrong in a couple of decades from now.”
Speaking to a lecture hall of 120 first-year medical students, our professor’s prophecy seemed to fall on deaf ears. Looking around, I saw no concerned students, no diminishment of our collective enthusiasm. For me, however, his words of caution struck a chord on that first day of medical school.