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The purpose of the Carver College of Medicine Personal-Professional Compass program is to help medical students understand, articulate, and integrate their personal and professional values and goals as they navigate their way through the four years of medical school. This program will promote students' growth as humanistic professionals through written reflections on personal experience, readings from the literature of medicine and the humanities, and ongoing dialogues within a community of peers and mentors. Written reflections will culminate in the capstone project of writing a fourth-year personal statement for residency applications.
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Jason Lewis, MFA (writing/humanities) and Lauris Kaldjian, MD, PhD (ethics/humanities).
CCOM faculty members will be invited to participate in the program as mentors.
Program in Bioethics and Humanities (CCOM).
Students should declare their intention by the end of the first semester in the M1 year.
Students will receive 1 credit for completion of activities at the end of the M3 year.
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