When the Coat Comes Off

This category contains reflections on how students balance their role as health care students and other responsibilites.

Michael Callegari, MD Michael Callegari, MD (1 Posts)

Resident Physician Contributing Writer

University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center

Dr. Callegari is originally from Tulsa Oklahoma where he attended the University of Tulsa for his Bachelors and Masters degrees. He then obtained his medical degree from the University of Oklahoma before moving to the Great Lakes region for post graduate training and is currently a Chief resident within the Urology Institute at Case Western / University Hospitals, in Cleveland Ohio. Outside of Dr. Callegari’s interests and aspirations within the field of Urology, he is a certified Master scuba diver, budding triathlete, amature chef, wannabe cowboy and avid fan of all things Sooner football.

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.

Lindsey Nae Wright Lindsey Nae Wright (3 Posts)

Medical Student Contributing Writer, Columnist

University of Utah School of Medicine

Lindsey Nae Wright is a member of the University of Utah School of Medicine class of 2022 and is interested in pursuing a career in Surgery. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Utah in Medical Anthropology and minored in Pediatric Research. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, hiking, and practicing yoga. She loves to sample fancy cheese and drink coffee. For her, writing is an important outlet that allows for creativity, making important connections, and processing life-changing moments.