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Name at graduation if different
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Of the various clinical rotations you participated in while a medical student, which made the greatest impression on you and why?
 
How have the public conversations on systemic racism and implicit bias affected how you interact with patients and colleagues? (If you’d prefer to remain anonymous, indicate this with your response and we will include only your class year.)
 
When you were a student at HMS, where were your favorite places to study, and why?
 
How would you most like others to remember you as a physician?
 
What book has had a profound influence on you, professionally or otherwise? Why and how?
 
How has the oath you took during your first days in medical school influenced your practice of medicine?
 
What skills would you recommend clinicians start learning today to be better prepared for tomorrow?
 
If you took time off before or during your years as an HMS student, how did you spend that time?
 
Which scientific or medical development has excited you the most during your career?