Views from the Millennials

Then as we go through our training we desire to become highly specialized and, at no fault of our own, begin unlearning what we spent all those earlier years reading, memorizing, and drilling into our minds.

Millennial In Medicine: Dr. Robinder B. M.D. M.A.

Live your dreams, travel the world, wear pajamas, wear sneakers, save lives, make money, post on the gram about it and meet people along your journey. Become a travel (registered) nurse! 

Millennial In Medicine: Renard W. 


I came to the stark realization that I don’t know myself outside of medicine anymore. In fact, I haven’t had time to pursue any of my hobbies for the past four years.

Millennial In Medicine, Sadaf A. 4th yr Medical Student

Give yourself time to learn, make mistakes, and understand them. The only one you are competing with is yourself. Your own path, your own success, is your road for you to define it. 

Millennial In Medicine: Jasmine - 1st Year Pediatrics Resident

After graduation, I gave myself about a week and a half off to rest my brain post finals. Then, the NCLEX studying began. 

Millennial In Medicine: Gabriela R.

"Why not push boundaries, challenge the status quo, share your resources, work to create an environment that is brave, and hold yourself to the highest standard"

Millennial In Medicine:  Ira M. -  MD/Ph.D. Candidate

I would make sure everything else for the week was done before, so I would only have to focus on/worry about the exam material. 

Millennial In Medicine: Gabriela R.

I think the number one most important quality you need to be a successful nursing student is ORGANIZED. 

Millennial In Medicine: Gabriela R.