MGH MICU – Synopsis

“MICU rounds are like a gas: they expand to fill their container, and when pressure is applied, they perform more Work.” -Walter O’Donnell, M.D. We began each day with morning rounds on the floor of the medical intensive care unit at Massachusetts General Hospital, where the twenty-or-so patients were divided among two ICU teams: red … More MGH MICU – Synopsis

A Top Medical School Revamps Requirements to Lure English Majors (NPR)

You can’t tell by looking which students at Mount Sinai’s school of medicine in New York City were traditional pre-meds as undergraduates and which weren’t. And that’s exactly the point. Most of the class majored in biology or chemistry, crammed for the medical college admission test and got flawless grades and scores. Dr. Raj Mangrulkar … More A Top Medical School Revamps Requirements to Lure English Majors (NPR)