Class of 2014
Congratulations Class of 2014
speak early on about just how rapid this training is accomplished-and how a
thousand days of anesthesia is not a great deal of time, but most residents
lose track of this truism because a.) internship is a grind and b.) the first
few hundred days slog along as you figure things out. Then CA-2 year hits,
which is “mostly awesome” (to quote Benshoff) and it all starts to click, and
then the last year comes and goes in a flash while you ponder and plan the next
adventure. Ask any soon-to-be graduate…it goes just like this.
is the twenty-first class I’ve had to say good-bye to, but it is because of
people such as these, who have chosen to spend their career doing this, that I
remain so high on our profession-and especially high on the training provided
Class of 2014, may you all get 3 decades practicing this craft.
John Reynolds, MD