This afternoon, as I was biking to school, I looked at the horizon and saw something I had not yet seen from Milan: the Alps. It was quite a surprise.
On Friday, the International Medical School at the University of Milan held its convocation, or what it calls Welcome Day, at LITA, our laboratory-learning facility. An assembly, with speakers, was followed by a cheerful reception.
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“Continuous curiosity, and the desire to learn, should represent the fuel of a great medical student.”
Studying medicine in Italy, in English, has some unique implications for note-taking. Here is a system I have devised.