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Old 09-30-2014, 04:13   #1
Harry C
SF Candidate
Join Date: Dec 2012
Posts: 3
After SOCM


I recently graduated from SOCM and I am beginning Phase II. Rotations were a great opportunity to expand on what I learned at the schoolhouse and gain the confidence that my training was effective. I saw how our training prepares us to excel in certain areas of medicine, and also how our limited training time at the schoolhouse cannot expose us to everything.

I know that SFMS will expand that knowledge further, but the onus is on myself to always continue learning.

As I move forward into the pipeline, how do I prevent this training from eroding? How do I expand on what I've learned? What are some areas of medicine that new 18D's struggle with, that I can start familiarizing myself with now?

Thank you in advance for your time and attention. SOCM was a fulfilling experience and has created a hunger to always be a better medic. I hope I can carry that attitude with me through the rest of my career.
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