The earthquake that is COVID-19 rocked the ground on which modern medical education was built. But after the dust cleared, certain foundational principles of training to be a doctor today — collaborating with a team, prioritizing wellness, adopting technology, and embracing adaptability — still stand. As medical education is rebuilt around these foundational principles, the structure will remain familiar while the particulars are permanently altered.
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