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Residents' role in medical student mistreatment

Residency Program Alert, June 1, 2014

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George Ventro, MD, remembers a resident who taught him when he was a medical student at Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit. Ventro was impressed by how the busy resident took time to ask medical students what they wanted to learn about and covered those topics over the course of the rotation. When Ventro became an intern in the general surgery residency program at the University at Buffalo (New York) last year, he tried to emulate that resident's methods when working with medical students.

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