In-Training, a website and online community for medical students, has published four works by five Wayne State University School of Medicine students in just over a month’s time.
The works include:
- Cruel and Unusual Punishment: Incarceration in a Pandemic, by Brianna Sohl and Olivia Rizzo, Class of 2021
- Medical Students Do Not Owe You Their Trauma, by Tabitha Moses, fifth-year M.D./Ph.D. candidate
- Looking Towards Clinicals After Graduate School, by Alexander Yang, sixth-year M.D./Ph.D. student
- A Defense of my Suicidal Peers, by May Chammaa, Class of 2022
In addition, Caleb Sokolowski, a second-year medical student, was one of five students accepted into In-Training’s 2020 Writers-in-Training Program, a yearlong internship for budding medical student writers. Interns receive one-on-one mentoring from medical student editors and publish at least four pieces during their internship.
In-Training is an independent peer-reviewed online publication founded in 2012 by students at Albany Medical College to promote students’ self-reflection that is both authentic and empowering; cultivate a diverse, inclusive and interconnected community; and shape the medical student experience, and the future of medicine.