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6 Admonitions| For the 21st Century Future Physician, Marc Imhotep Cray, M.D.

6 Admonitions| For the 21st Century Future Physician, Marc Imhotep Cray, M.D.

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Published by: Marc Imhotep Cray, M.D. on Nov 27, 2013
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From the Desk of Marc Imhotep Cray, M.D. "It must be borne in mind that real patients and at the bedside teach the most powerful lessons in medicine."
“An Admonition”
 Mild, kind, yet earnest reproof. Cautionary advice or warning.
6 Admonitions|
“For the 21
st
 
Century Future Physician”
 
 
From the Desk of Marc Imhotep Cray, M.D.
2
Skills| Your Winning (and Losing) Habits
To be skilled
for medical students and physicians in training
means to be versatile
. And versatility requires disciplined study and practice. To be a first class physician in the 21
st
 century one has to have a solid fund of knowledge in the scientific basis of clinical medicine, good speaking skills, good writing skills, good listening skills, good clinical medicine skills and good patient and colleague rapport skills. With sincere effort, training, practice and persistent study in these domains
(winning habits)
you can become expert in the art and science of 21
st
 century medicine.
Admonition 1
The difference between the possible and the impossible lies in a
man’s habits”
 
 
From the Desk of Marc Imhotep Cray, M.D.
3
Resilience|
Misfortune’s Master
 
The key to dealing effectively with the unusually stressful and challenging experience of an undergraduate medical education is unrelenting, diligent, metacognitive study, repetition and bouncing back when you
don’t
 quite make the grade.
Admonition 2
“If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again”
 

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Wow, this is powerful.........thank you so much for this insightful, succinct and forthright summation for a successful medical professional in the conventional world of medicine. i believe this is applicable towards all other areas of life.
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