It’s been an uncharacteristically slow day on the anesthesia service here at Tufts. And after monitoring anesthesia for a mast cell tumor removal this morning and spending the rest of afternoon talking with my rotation mates about the daily hospital gossip, I’ve come to find myself sitting on a stool in induction reading The Tibetan […]
Stressed in class or on clinics? Be the frog.
This isn’t going to be a lengthy post about some esoteric, philosophical topic that forces you to think about your entire career as a veterinarian and your ultimate purpose. This also isn’t going to be a post about some optimistic, over-used, beaten-to-death anecdote meant to motivate you through those busy days studying or on clinics […]
Curious About the egg, our Universe, and Your Purpose as a Future Veterinarian? Read This.
All great scientists can pinpoint a small, significant moment in their life that piqued their curiosity in the seemingly unexplainable. This moment challenged their internal structure and revealed to them their life mission, their ultimate purpose, their true potential. When she was just a little girl, she would sit for hours watching her hens, considering […]