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In a 1990 JAMA study by pediatrician Henry K. Silver, 46.4% of students at one medical school had been abused at some point during medical school. By the time they were seniors, that number was 80.6%.

Subtle, but viscious cycles that arise from generations of damaging hierarchies cause much harm and long-term distress for medical professionals.

At LearnMedicine, we actively fight the war against these hierarchies. Here, we support each other to develop strong foundations for working together to succeed as future doctors, eliminating these damaging hierarchies and encourage a spirit of cooperation and zero tolerance of bullying and harrassment in Medicine. Students become more confident medical teachers, empowering each other to improve not through competition, but collaboration.

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Traits I respect in a doctor:
1. Humility. (Keeps asking opinions of others.)
2. Compassion. (No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.)
3. Integrity. (Does what they say they'll do.)
4. Diligence. (Keeps working the problem.)

A friendly reminder that if you're rejected from something due to 'competition' (or accepted for something despite the 'competition')- think of the broader picture. In a field like Medicine, we should be working together to widen access to great opportunities for ALL.

If you're feeling like you haven't done enough, just remember it's not a 3-page CV and a list of publications with a Pubmed ID that society needs.
One day your passion and commitment to helping others will make you far more than a list of qualifications.

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