A gap year away from medicine: Posted on Physician on Fire today
Today I am publishing an article on Physician on Fire. If you are unfamiliar, he is a anesthesiologist who is planning to retire in his early 40s! Head on over here to learn about how I took a Gap Year during fellowship. I spent an awesome year in Argentina and with some planning you to can spend time abroad during medical training.
As for those readers that have made it over from the PoF. Welcome! I hope that you find something useful to read on my site and choose to sign up for my email list (look to your right or at the end of this post. I send out new articles which are published Saturdays and Wednesdays. If you want to know more about me, then click here.
This site has been around for 9 months now and so there is a lot of material to cover. To help you find some interesting items, I have included my top 5 all time most viewed posts below. Please enjoy, share, and comment to let me know what you think.
Top posts of all times!
- Setting up a revocable living trust with Legal Zoom and if interested Putting assists into a Living Revocable Trust
- And now for the requisite net worth tracking post
- The early retiree, mindful or just a jerk
- I am a hypocrite
- Negotiating- we should all be better at it
- SWOT it up – reflecting on my decision to move to Cali
There you have it. Enjoy and follow me on twitter clicking on the right.
6 thoughts on “A gap year away from medicine: Posted on Physician on Fire today”
Congratulations DDD on the big guest post! I really enjoyed reading it.
Thanks. It was nice of PoF to let me post on his site!
Here in Australia there are a ton of Canadian medical students. Getting into med school in Canada is ridiculously hard, so all the parents who can afford it send their kids to med school in Australia or Ireland. It’s more expensive, but they can transfer that degree back to Canada.
It seems like Canada is a very friendly place for individuals wanting to do medical school. I met a lot of people who trained there when I lived in New Orleans and it seems like an awesome experience.
Really!? Haha I’m hearing a completely different story. But I guess it also depends on what medical school you go to. The ones in the Golden Horseshoe are very hard to get into, while ones in Calgary are easier.
I wonder what the difference is between the two schools are? Is it a difference in the regions or the actual schools?