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Residency Anesthesiology, Ethiopian

My parents were both born to farmers in the eastern part of Ethiopia. They re-located to the capital city to struggle for a better life for themselves and their children. I was the second oldest of four children, two biological and two adopted.  While I was growing up, we lived in a modest home faci…

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Residency in Anesthesiology, Scuba Diver

My interest in anesthesia developed serendipitously. Throughout pre-clerkship we were presented with the opportunity to shadow physicians in order to learn about their various specialities. By the middle of second year medicine, and despite the fact that I had shadowed several physicians, I still ha…

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Residency in Anesthesiology, UK, CABG

 While a senior at the University of XXXX, I was shocked to see poverty and disease up close, to learn its reality. As a rural health care volunteer in northern India, without portable machines or diagnostic equipment, I experienced medicine and surgery at its roots: my hands and ears were my most …

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Medical Residency in Anesthesiology

As I approach the end of my medical school education, I find that my thoughts often shift away from the formal material that has been my life for over three years. I have spent countless hours learning anatomy, conceptualizing physiology, practicing physical exam skills, and developing differential …

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Medical Residency in Anesthesia, Caribbean

Jamaica conjures up images of a far-away exotic locale, where the people are warm and friendly and make visitors feel at home. It is also the place where I was born, and where my love for working with people developed. Since most of the employment there is related to tourism, like many of my friends…

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Medical Residency Anesthesiology, Kazakhstan

For ten years, I stepped away from my true calling. What began as an entrepreneurial idea, starting a career as a computer programmer became stale and unfulfilling. While being a computer programmer provided a stable life, I realized that my heart is where it always has been: in the field of medicin…

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Residency Anesthesiology, Pharmacology

I have decided to enter the field of Anesthesiology with a scope to further specialize in critical care medicine. Anesthesiology offers the perfect blend of the mental challenges seen in internal medicine with the direct, hands on approach of surgery into an amalgam that sustains my desire to keep l…

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Residency Anesthesiology, Critical Care, ICU

For the past seven years, I have dedicated my life, in terms of academics and professional experiences to the study clinical acumen. Being born into a family that has always encouraged utilizing to the fullest extent our inherent gifts, I have excelled in every academic venture I have undertaken. Du…

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Residency Anesthesiology, Westernized Chinese

For me the magic of medicine is profoundly reinforced by how we are now able to make even major surgery virtually painless. This is where I find my greatest joy and pride in life as a practitioner of anesthesiology. I am searching for my first residency assignment and hope very much to be chosen by …

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