Read as Michael tells about his long awaited mission trip to Vietnam. He details the complexities and challenges of providing free clinical care in a developing country, as well as the benefits of such a changing experience. Read more to see how his experience shaped his understanding of global health.
Joan Didion writes that writers—archivists, keepers of private notebooks, of memory’s palace—are of a different breed altogether, anxious malcontents, lonely and resistant rearrangers of things who have learned, from an early age, a preternatural preoccupation with loss. Writing is a sort of nervous tic, a stab at survival for those who continually run from that elemental private reflection: This must end. The summer I was … Continue reading Guest Blog: “Infinity Breathes” by Jesse Han