Each new generation can learn from the mistakes made by past generations. Kevin Jubbal, M.D. reflects on the mistakes he made in college and shares lessons learned.
I decided I wanted to become a doctor when I was a freshman in college after getting diagnosed with Crohn’s disease. Back then, I
Schedules aren’t restrictive. Instead, I’d argue that they are a key ingredient in living the life you want to live. Rather than being swayed by emotional impulses, you can plan and execute the day you want. Here we dive into 7 steps in sticking to your schedule, to live more productively & with more enjoyment.
Is becoming a doctor and pursuing a career in medicine the right fit for you? I was heavily considering alternate careers in business and engineering when I was in college. Here’s my take on the pros and cons, and how I ultimately decided which career was the best fit.
The captivating story of a talented surgeon who was taken too early by cancer. Here I share my thoughts on this remarkable book and how it helps us ponder the question, what is the meaning of life?
One of the beauties of medical school is the great breadth of learning. With so many possible fields, how does one choose their residency specialty? In this post Dr. Petey Kass, third-year psychiatry resident at UC San Francisco, provides his advice on how to navigate this difficult process.
Deciding whether or not to take a gap year prior to starting medical school is a very important decision. I’ve never met someone who regretted taking a gap year. That being said, not everyone needs to take a gap year before med school. We’ll help you figure out what’s right for you.