We welcome reflective pieces, humor, fiction, creative nonfiction, video, art, photography, and expressions from all students and trainees in the medical fields on the humanity and inhumanity of medicine. This includes medical students, PA students, midwives-in-training, dental, EMTs, MAs, pharmD students, and social workers to be. (And anyone else in the health professions that we forgot!) We are especially interested in stories of struggle, the voices of those who’ve taken unusual routes to medicine, those who are underrepresented in medical fields, our colleagues who identify as POC or members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and of course, we want to hear your story; whomever you may be.
Of course, we require any piece that references or refers to patient narratives to be completely de-identified and without any protected health information. We follow FNASR for published work. We are a proud member of the CLMP.
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This November, we are asking for pieces that are reflective of our shared 2020 experience. Send us what moves you.