Journeys in Education

This category contains student reflections on key moments in their education that gave them new perspective and deeper insights to healthcare.

Saud Rehman (1 Posts)

Medical Student Contributing Writer

CUNY School of Medicine

Saud is a first generation third year medical student at the CUNY School of medicine from Brooklyn. Saud has interests in interventional radiology, patient centered care, and educational medicine. Saud uses poetry and artistic visuals as a form of expression & catharsis. His other interests include hiking, bike-riding, cooking, and basketball.




Changes

Medical student Saud Rehman has written a collection of poems focusing on the lockdown of March 2020 with artwork to give a visual representation of how he felt. Often times the manifestations of moods unrelated to coursework go overlooked, especially in medicine, and Saud hopes that these provide a representation of the humanity behind students going through difficult times.

The Blue Collar Underneath

Entering the field of medicine can be daunting, especially if you are the first physician in the family. Current intern Dr. Ervin Anies discusses the emotions associated with assimilating into the culture of medicine and how we as providers can use our diversity to foster better relationships between providers and our patients.

Analisa Narro Analisa Narro (1 Posts)

Medical Student Contributing Writer

McGovern Medical School at UT Health

Ms. Analisa Narro is a medical student within the class of 2024 at McGovern Medical School at the University of Texas Health Houston. Ms. Narro completed a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry with a minor in Mathematics from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Ms. Narro enjoys playing basketball and powerlifting in her free time.