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“Show me the medicines”

Abhijit M Bal

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2009.059


I was doing my internship those days. Fresh from medical school, I was extremely enthusiastic and keen to apply the textbook knowledge to real-life situations. There were so many things to learn. I enjoyed working with a particular consultant who was always up to date with his specialty. He appeared to be very kind and was in every way, a role model. I very much liked his way of explaining prescriptions to his patients. In addition, he would always ask patients or relatives to get back to him and show him the medicines they purchased and then take the opportunity to reinforce the dosages and other details before concluding the consultation.

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