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Advice for Thriving During Remediation

Jhonatan Munoz  Espinoza, MD

Jhonatan Munoz
Espinoza, MD

During remediation it’s easy to think what you are doing is insignificant and that your efforts are not taking you anywhere—you are not part of a residency track, not part of the interviews tours, and not able to moonlight—but you’re wrong.

If your program put you in remediation it doesn’t mean that they are discounting you. Your program is recognizing that you need time to address whatever is going on in your life that put you in remediation—relationship stresses, mental health issues, or poor academic performance—to be the best person you can be.

Remember: you are valuable, your work still matters, and most importantly, your patients are waiting for you to be the best version of yourself!

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