First Lecture to New Doctors: 5 Lessons Learned

Successful physician-scientist Griffin P. Rogers addresses the Tulane University School of Medicine with five lessons he has learned over the years: (1) It is not what you know today that counts most—it is what you will learn tomorrow; (2) Treatment is moving swiftly from macro to micro (precision medicine); (3) Serve the underserved; (4) Resilience is underrated; and (5) Follow your passions. The key points and anecdotes serve to inspire meaning into the hearts of newly graduated medical doctors.

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