We just got back from a much needed (and deserved) vacation – I have finished the geriatric residency at the University of Minnesota! In some ways this seems to have been the longest year of my life. While I wasn’t able to blog as much as I would have liked to during that time, I learned a lot in the residency, both professionally and personally. I look forward to picking this back up, while studying for the GCS of course!
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