Residents learn firsthand about their patients’ lives

FIRST-YEAR RESIDENTS Amanda Dumas, Amy Akins, Corinna Schultz, and Craig Woda, along with colleague Jessica Baker, are learning about the community they serve. /
FIRST-YEAR RESIDENTS Amanda Dumas, Amy Akins, Corinna Schultz, and Craig Woda, along with colleague Jessica Baker, are learning about the community they serve. /
They work up to 80 hours per week, shadowing doctors, helping out in the wards and treating patients in the walk-in clinic. They are at Hasbro Children’s Hospital to learn, to become full-fledged pediatricians – but they are also there to help their patients. And it is difficult to help a child, to really make…

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