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    I haven't posted in a few yrs but I am looking back at all the stuff and reflecting on everything that occurred since starting at Windsor 7yrs ago.
    I just finished my residency in IM after 3yrs and now I'm starting a one year fellowship in hospice and palliative care.

    There have been so many around me, my coresident (also windsor) will stay behind as the chief resident of our program, another friend is starting his second year of cardiology fellowship and I know so many people who did well. Of course I know many whom did not as well for many reasons usually related to not taking the appropriate time and direction for studying and the steps.

    I won't be on here posting in the future and I see this forum has basically died off likely with the now small class sizes but I must say that I am grateful for the opportunity I was given to study hard and succeed because I am who I am today after what WUSOM allowed me to do.

    Thank you

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    I remember you, houmd... congrats on making it through the slog!

    Quote Originally Posted by houmd View Post
    I haven't posted in a few yrs but I am looking back at all the stuff and reflecting on everything that occurred since starting at Windsor 7yrs ago.
    I just finished my residency in IM after 3yrs and now I'm starting a one year fellowship in hospice and palliative care.

    There have been so many around me, my coresident (also windsor) will stay behind as the chief resident of our program, another friend is starting his second year of cardiology fellowship and I know so many people who did well. Of course I know many whom did not as well for many reasons usually related to not taking the appropriate time and direction for studying and the steps.

    I won't be on here posting in the future and I see this forum has basically died off likely with the now small class sizes but I must say that I am grateful for the opportunity I was given to study hard and succeed because I am who I am today after what WUSOM allowed me to do.

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by houmd View Post
    I haven't posted in a few yrs but I am looking back at all the stuff and reflecting on everything that occurred since starting at Windsor 7yrs ago.
    I just finished my residency in IM after 3yrs and now I'm starting a one year fellowship in hospice and palliative care.

    There have been so many around me, my coresident (also windsor) will stay behind as the chief resident of our program, another friend is starting his second year of cardiology fellowship and I know so many people who did well. Of course I know many whom did not as well for many reasons usually related to not taking the appropriate time and direction for studying and the steps.

    I won't be on here posting in the future and I see this forum has basically died off likely with the now small class sizes but I must say that I am grateful for the opportunity I was given to study hard and succeed because I am who I am today after what WUSOM allowed me to do.

    Thank you
    It's good to hear from you again houmd and even better to hear the great news about your accomplishments. Maybe you wouldn't mind sharing some of your experiences to help those still in the trenches? Best of luck with your fellowship!
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    Congrats for job well done. All the best in your medical career.

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    Good luck and congrats on the fellowship. Make sure you show the ABIM who's boss!


    Quote Originally Posted by houmd View Post
    I haven't posted in a few yrs but I am looking back at all the stuff and reflecting on everything that occurred since starting at Windsor 7yrs ago.
    I just finished my residency in IM after 3yrs and now I'm starting a one year fellowship in hospice and palliative care.

    There have been so many around me, my coresident (also windsor) will stay behind as the chief resident of our program, another friend is starting his second year of cardiology fellowship and I know so many people who did well. Of course I know many whom did not as well for many reasons usually related to not taking the appropriate time and direction for studying and the steps.

    I won't be on here posting in the future and I see this forum has basically died off likely with the now small class sizes but I must say that I am grateful for the opportunity I was given to study hard and succeed because I am who I am today after what WUSOM allowed me to do.

    Thank you

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    Hope you will share your path later on. Congrats and best wishes for the future
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