Thursday, May 01, 2008

Welcome third year medical students!

This is the first year of a new educational approach for third year medical students at Harvard Medical School. Instead of taking clinical rotations at the variety of Harvard teaching hospitals (BIDMC, Brigham and Women's, MGH, etc), the students will spend their entire year in just one hospital. We welcomed our first class today. Here are some of them. Meet me on Facebook, ladies and gentlemen!


EB said...

Why does it seem that with every passing year the medical students look younger and younger?

Oh wait. Maybe its me getting older. :)

Anonymous said...

It meant a lot to have you there to welcome us today. I chose to do my third year at BIDMC exactly because I felt that valuing education was a pervasive quality of this institution, and having the CEO show up to welcome us definitely confirmed it. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thanks, purple!

Anonymous said...

Wow, things have sure changed since the few token women in my med school class had to endure "babes on the beach" lecture slides by the professors. (we got him back).

nonlocal MD

Anonymous said...

To: nonlocal MD

You have no idea. :)

-Out of frame to the right