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For all of you who read my pre-rounds interview in the Medscape MedPulse mailing, welcome! In spite of having upgraded to a tag-enabled version of WordPress some time ago, I have not yet gone back and content tagged many of my older posts from last year. I am in the middle of doing that now and will be adding some resources on the sidebars to assist with navigation, for example, all posts dealing with my previous medical school or clinical experiences, etc.

So in addition to a general “welcome,” I wanted to invite you to come back since this blog is always a work in progress.  I hope you had a chance to read last week’s Grand Rounds edition hosted by me and found it an enjoyable read. Make sure you read the current edition at Sharp Brains which will be featured in next week’s Medscape mailing.

Thanks again, and I will be back as a student this coming year–I just can’t say where or as what, exactly. I’ll be blogging soon about some of my future decision points on this topic, so feel free to subscribe to my RSS feed to keep abreast of current posts.  Cheers!

  • By rlbates, December 10, 2008 @ 8:08 am

    Good interview, Enrico!

  • By diane, December 10, 2008 @ 9:02 am

    Dear Enrico,
    I read word of your adventures at UAG and can only tell you that as someone who went there from 2003-2005, GET THE HELL OUT OF THAT FRAUDULENT, CORRUPT and SLEAZY place. It isn’t even a worthy diploma mill in that you spend all of your time teaching yourself (trying to keep the grade field even against the Puerto Rican cheating-dynasty) and doing battle with the uber-slime administration. AND DON’T FALL INTO THE FIRE of transferring to Ross, as I did-another diploma mill waste of 20k for their Miami semester of financial shake-down and unending failure to live up to their clerkship scheduling ineptitude and utter lack of financial aid knowledge. Look into Sint Eustatius. $8,000 a semester and the people could not be nicer or more helpful and desirous to truly aid their students most of whom are older and with your 1st 2 years done, no need to go to the island. Good luck and don’t look back!

  • By Vijay, December 10, 2008 @ 10:17 am

    Great interview, Enrico!

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