Tag Archives: pediatrician

Residency and Medical Training

(Lots to update everyone on — an update or two coming soon about a recent trip back to Saipan!) I am facilitating a small group session today — which is a fancy medical way of saying that I am teaching … Continue reading

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Emergency Exit

As I mentioned in this prior post, I had an emergency exit from Saipan. As I have mentioned before in my posts about transports, these things come up suddenly, but also not so suddenly. (The following should really be added … Continue reading

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Leaving Saipan

It’s true. There are constantly rumors flying around about people leaving and coming to Saipan — it’s part of life here. There are always welcome dinners to attend to bring people into the fold and there are always farewell beach … Continue reading

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Test taking

I just finished taking my in-service examination for my fellowship, and as I have felt after probably all the tests that I’ve taken the last few years — i hate taking tests. You would think this is a bit counterintuitive … Continue reading

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Published

As referenced by this blog occasionally, I am concurrently completing a three year fellowship in a pediatric subspecialty. What this means is that after I was board certified to practice pediatrics, I was matched (aka accepted) to an accredited program … Continue reading

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Transport Number Who-Knows-How-Many-I’ve-Done-Now

So, another transport in the books for me. I write this on the long multi-part plane ride back to Saipan because I always find myself reflecting on this or reflecting in general. I must not be the only one that … Continue reading

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Looking backwards before looking forwards

I think a lot of people do this inherently but maybe not explicitly… Looking backwards before looking forwards to the new year. I recently read this post from jasminestarblog.com… It’s that time of year. You know, the time of year … Continue reading

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