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The ink on your graduation diploma isn’t even dry yet. It is 6:59 AM on July 1, a minute before 7 AM on the day all shiny, new doctors begin working as real doctors for the first time.
Let me through! I’m a doctor! It’s arrogant, but it’s what you’re thinking as you make your way to the ER. You know everything and there isn’t anything this new internship thing can throw at you that you can’t handle. After all, you have over 20 years of education under your belt, right? There are initials after your name. Good