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Running the mental gantlet
A journalism graduate, Lorien is in her third year at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City.
An Objective Structured Clinical Examination is medical school lingo for a very special kind of stress test.
A medical student's first medication order represents something of a milestone from many perspectives.
Mental illness was once handed over to asylum "care," and while a 21st-century psychiatry unit is no picnic, it offers relief.
When you're a medical school student, putting the dating pieces together isn't easily — if it ever is.
Managing pain in a modern hospital setting can be a delicate if not thorny issue.