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A Chosen Memory

Published:October 20, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acap.2022.10.011
      It often feels as if the most pivotal experiences of medical education happen without choice. Month after month, training schedules dictate where and when to be. Team dynamics, patient censuses, and clinical guidelines change rapidly. For some, the intensive care unit is a place they choose, where acute diagnoses in the face of complex pathophysiology are a daily occurrence. But for many destined for primary care, like myself, the life and death whirlwind of the ICU was never a chosen home.
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