At times in medical school, it’s easy to get lost in the science and memorization and forget the bigger picture of why you want to be a doctor. The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai’s InFocus weeks come between the major system blocks and are designed to be a break from the studying and an opportunity to think about important aspects of medicine that are not in a traditional medical school curriculum.
Caroline Beyer, ISMMS MD Candidate, Class of 2018, discusses the challenges of working on cadavers in Anatomy Lab.
Caroline Beyer, ISMMS MD Candidate, Class of 2018, talks about the decision to come to med school and if it was the right choice.
Caroline Beyer, ISMMS MD Student, Class of 2018, details enhancing her medical education experience by taking advantage of electives offered outside of the required MD curriculum.
Phoebe Prioleau, ISMMS MD/MPH Candidate, Class of 2017, talks about the adjustments she had to make in her study habits when she began medical school.