One of the best ways to navigate these challenging times is to write. At Students4COVID, we have set out to collect reflective and narrative pieces and poetry to be published as a collection. We invite you to submit any of your work you wouldn't mind sharing with the greater audience on this webpage.
See what others have written and shared so far:
By Dr. Mamta Swaroop
By Gail Rosseau, MD, Clinical Professor of Neurosurgery, George Washington University of Medicine and Health Sciences, Washington, D.C. [Shared through our partner, InciSioN]
Write a personalized message of gratitude, or show your support to our healthcare workers.
Let someone know you are cheering for them and have their back during these challenging times.
By Valerie Verona
During the pandemic, virtual meetings have become commonplace and have even allowed medical trainees in remote parts of the world to share how the pandemic has affected their training. In this brief interview, two future neurosurgeons connect over their shared interest in Neurosurgery and Russian language.