hi, i’m back

I’m back! & for my new friends… Hi there!! My name is Krit and some days I call myself student doctor Krit & days I am really feeling it, I call myself the Beyoncé of Public Health & Medicine. I am a rising second year osteopathic medical student.  My journey to medicine was non-traditional af […]

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the growth years: medical scribing

Upon graduating from undergrad with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology, Bachelor’s of Science in Human Biology & my lil creative writing minor, I immediately entered the field of medical scribing. Let’s rewind to how I got there, because I know many of those that are reading this are pre-medical students seeking a little guidance […]

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public health, my first real love

It is National Public Health Week! A week put coordinated by the American Public Health Association to dedicate an entire week to Public Health. Two years ago I remember anticipating this week as part of the George Washington University Public Health Student Association board. Coordinating events – academically and socially relevant – and truly encompassing […]

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med school: one block from ms2

Today I started the last block of MS1. My last block of my first year of medical school. I remember 7 years ago, graduating from undergrad and not thinking there was any way I could get into medical school. I remember feeling as if I was the biggest failure, ruining my entire future career over […]

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the growth years: undergrad

Here it goes, complete transparency. If there is something that I don’t answer in these blog posts, feel free to ask! I hope by reading my journey, it helps you with yours, in any part of your journey. Before I dive in I want to add, a lot of my journey can apply to those […]

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how to slow down & appreciate things

2020 taught me, to slow down and appreciate the little things. This is relative to your own experience. I know that I was not considered an essential worker, I studied from home for most of the pandemic. I understand that essential workers may have had different experiences – like my parents their lives actually sped […]

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racism is real and has always existed

I want to reiterateracism is embedded in the healthcare systemracism is embedded in the criminal justice systemracism is embedded in the education systemracism is embedded in the political systemracism is embedded in corporate americathe institutions of america are racists

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History is Relevant and Quite Telling

This year I brushed up on my history. Meaning, I learned the truth. I reviewed history that was beyond the history taught to us in school (that is history taught through the eyes of the colonizers).

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Self-Love in 2020

Another lesson learned in 2020 is that self-love comes in many forms! This year forced us to look at self-love through many lenses: from the occasional spa day to learning to live with ourselves through a pandemic. Some days were harder than others, which is expected and 100% okay. The self-love movement was prominent prior […]

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Public Health is Political

If 2020 taught us anything, it is that public health is political. It has always been political and will continue to be political. There is no way around it at all. Public health is as equally scientific as it is political. Unfortunately, since the inception of public health there has been a distrust between those […]

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