All posts tagged Tee Griscom

As My Patients Die

I anticipated that I would encounter dying patients during my third year of medical school. Every patient has been unique and different, and each one…

My First Rotation: Family Medicine

Shortly after finishing Step 1, I found myself mentally and physically drained. I had spent the past five weeks sitting in a chair the majority…

New Beginnings

It’s the start of the new year! For us as medical students, the holiday break was a much needed hiatus from the “go-go-go” of the…

Happy Holidays

Thanks for following along so far this year! We are looking forward to continue documenting students’ thoughts and experiences during our medical school journey. We hope…

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Difficult to Swallow

What I am about to write about is a something that is not easy to talk about. It is something that I see everyday. It…

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Letter from the Editors

Welcome to the 2015-2016 academic year! Our medical school blog is a collection of pieces created by members of the University of South Carolina School…

Those I Have Loved Along the Way

As a native of Nashville, Tennessee, I have grown up around country music. The older I have gotten, the more I have appreciated the words…

To the future Dr. Griscom

To the future Dr. Griscom, I hope all is well in your life. Despite my busy schedule right now as a first-year medical student, I…

Faith, Religiosity, and Spirituality in Medicine

Religion is a very complex and even frustrating discipline to study and explore. The current era presents humanity with the remarkable opportunity to actively engage…

Recognizing your Own Beauty

Do you know how amazing you are? After reading this next paragraph, I would like for you, the reader, to take a few minutes to…