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Blog posts : "anesthesiology"

Family Medicine Residency, Indian, Canada

July 29, 2017

I first visited India at the age of 13 and this exposure to poverty, deprivation and obvious shortage of healthcare provision had a profound effect on me and persuaded me that I had an obligation to ‘make a difference’ in the world and ultimately led me to my decision to enter medicine. My aunt is a…

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Residency in Neurology, Parkinson’s, MS

November 4, 2015

At the end of my internships, I considered the different specialties to which I had been exposed and concluded that my work on the Neurology ward had been the most satisfying and was the place in which I felt that I had been most effective. Apart from an academic interest in neurological conditions,…

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Fellowship Endocrinology, Saudi Arabian

August 15, 2015

PURPOSE: The purpose behind my wanting to obtain a fellowship in endocrinology in the United States is to acquire the knowledge and training necessary to help raise the standard of treatment and patient care in my native country of Saudi Arabia. My country of origin is renowned for its oil fields an…

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Residency Anesthesiology, Ethiopian

May 1, 2015

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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Medical Residency Anesthesiology, Teaching

January 8, 2013

For over seven years, I have dedicated my life, in terms of a highly decorated academic path and professional experiences, five of which have been purely clinical work, to the study of medicine.  Each experience has led logically to the next, building on the previous one while ever -increasing my …

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