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Happy Doctors  We share empowering stories to inspire a culture of #happydoctors. To do good, you must feel good. ✨🧠

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“I went into Diagnostic/Interventional Radiology because it truly is a field on the forefront of medicine and is evolving daily. I like efficiency, and Radiology allows me to ‘see‘ and diagnose many patients as quickly as possible. I enjoy conveying my findings to different medical teams and discussing diagnoses/management options. I also love using minimally-invasive interventions and image-guidance to diagnose and treat patients. When you have a vacation in residency, go somewhere! Traveling helps you unwind and get far away from work. It is an extremely helpful way to de-stress amidst all of the long-hours and little sleep!” -Dr. Michael Cellini, diagnostic/interventional radiology resident | #happydoctors 😀

"I always knew I wanted to go into medicine. It's a demanding field, but it's also incredible rewarding. Throughout pre-medical training, medical school and residency, I have realized repeatedly that the most important skill is time management. You have to create time for yourself. Create time to workout. Create time to eat healthy. Create time to do the things that make you happy. A happy and healthy body and mind is critical to becoming a dedicated, motivated, compassionate physician.” -Dr. Tori, dermatology resident | #happydoctors 😀

"I've always wanted to be a doctor, since I was little boy. I truly believe I was made to help people. I get up every day thinking about my future and how closer I am to be able to look after people and make them feeling much better." Jose, med student (yr. 3), Spain | #happydoctors 😀

“Being a minority in medical school is very rare. Growing up in low income household has been only one of the obstacle we have had to overcome. Despite it all, we are a couple of Latinas trying to revolutionize and inspire others to work for their dreams and to go against all odds.“ -Jacqueline, med student (yr. 1)| #happydoctors 😀

“I chose medicine because I was looking for a career in which I could combine my love for working with people and my passion for science. Thankfully, during my first two years of med school I also discovered a new passion for surgery. I aspire to be either a plastic or orthopedic surgeon.“ -David, med student (yr. 3) | #happydoctors 😀

“As corny as it sounds, I fall in love with medicine more every day. I was never able to describe or explain into words what it is exactly wanting me to pursue this field until I listened to Paul Kalanithi explain: ‘The physician’s duty is not to stave off death or return patients to their old lives, but to take into our arms a patient and family who’s lives have disintegrated and work until they can stand back up and face, and make sense of, their own existence.’ Medicine isn’t just diagnosis and treatment, it’s much, much more involved. For this reason I fall in love everyday knowing how I will contribute towards this world one family at a time.” -Mursi, med student | #happydoctors 😀

“Treat every experience as a tool for your toolbox in caring for patients. As a trainee, now is your chance to ask questions, and you’re expected to not have all the answers! I’ve learned that some things that don’t make sense at first will suddenly click one day. Most importantly, remember that others before you have made it through, and therefore you will too!” -Dr. Austin Chiang, interventional GI and advanced endoscopy fellow | #happydoctors 😀

“I've wanted to be a doctor since I was 7 years old. I remember wanting to get to the next level of my education so that I could be one step closer to being a doctor! When I was in high school, I couldn't wait for pre-med, and when I was in pre-med I couldn't wait to get to med school. And now that I'm in medical school, can't wait to get to clinicals and residency! But as much as I look forward to the future, I'm so grateful for the journey that has brought me to this moment.” -Parmida, med student (yr. 1) | #happydoctors 😀

“To anyone searching for their calling, put yourself out there as much as possible and discover what keeps you energized. When I started volunteering at hospitals in high school, I wasn’t constantly staring at the clock or wondering when it was time to go. The environment, patient interactions and shadowing experiences kept me on my toes and ready to come back for more. This is when I knew medicine was for me.” -Ryan, med student (yr. 1) | #happydoctors 😀

“I have a special interest in doctors’ mental health and believe we must look after ourselves first to be able to look after our patients. I spend my time outside of medicine as a volunteer surf lifesaver and for fun, I do latin dancing.” -Dr. Sophie Riddell, surgery resident, Australia | #happydoctors 😀

"Sometimes I ask myself why do I choose this job? ... It is hard! But, of course it is hard. And it's supposed to be hard. Because if it was easy, everyone would have done it. It is the 'hard' that make it wonderful." -Raybby, clerkship, Indonesia | #happydoctors 😀

"A great motivation in my life is my father. He has chronic diseases, such as hypertension and diabetes, that if set under control, his quality of life would’ve been different and better! My aim is to help people have better lifestyles to monitor their chronic diseases." -Alaa, med student, England | #happydoctors 😀

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