The transition from preclinical education to medical clerkships is an important period of medical school that challenges students to advance their clinical knowledge. The help of strong and inspirational mentors is crucial for students to not only gain proficiency in their clinical skills, but to also develop into confident and compassionate future physicians.
Hille, Chloe and Wetmore, Brianna
"Lessons From a Natural-Born Teacher: Reflections on Mentorship and Kindness in Medical Education,"
be Still: Vol. 7, Article 22.
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/bestill/vol7/iss1/22