The simplest yet very penetrating thoughts you've just shared with aspiring med students and to the world as a whole. It's so funny that I've encountered the question again, "Who are you?" for decades now, which I've been using way back in college years during my major in Psychology. Every time I want to know someone's name I always asked, who are you, instead of what's your name. I did that intentionally so I can get a direct yet profound answer from that person. I'm just fun of knowing someone through his or her reactions on the first encounter with me. Maybe it's part of my philosophical beings. :)
I've just started my IB programme and this is really helpful for me to set my long-term goals. Wish me luck on my way to becoming a neurosurgeon!
VERY USEFUL GRIPS INTO THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. COULD THIS TIPS BE ALSO APPLIED IN THE UK?
really helpful for me tho am kinda new in USA and am working towards being a doctor