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Tips for IM attendings – Chapter 18 – learning is more difficult than teaching

As a newly minted journal faculty member rounding on the wards, I had great internal pride in my teaching ability.  Like many residents and junior faculty  I assumed that my teaching would result in the learners growing dramatically (especially since I had delivered the messages so brilliantly {please read that phrase with true sarcasm}). During my […]
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