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The Student Lifespan – ITPIR Research

This month, I wanted to share an experience from Catie Crowley, a student who currently works with AidData and other projects at ITPIR. Her

Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Santhiram

A day before the Dussehra festivities began, Santhiram general conducted a large scale pooja (a praying ceremony) known as ayudha pooja (ceremony for weapons)

Hidden from plain sight: anesthesiology and radiology

My time here at Santhiram General is going by really quickly. Being at the hospital from 9 AM to 5 PM and going back

Ophthalmology: Santhiram’s most modern department

Since my arrival in August, house surgeons have periodically asked me if I finished my Ophthalmology posting. When I replied with a ‘no,’ they

Medicine, mortality meet, and camp

After getting a glimpse of general surgery and general medicine, I observed the pulmonology and psychiatry departments last week. Pulmonology is based on out-patient

General medicine, drug reps, and celebrations

This past week, I had my general medicine rotation and was taken aback by the plethora of discrete cases that came through. These cases

Teaching and Application, Forest and the Trees

This semester is my first teaching a course. It has a focus on the application of policy tools in international relations. Each week we

Medical camps, Operating Theatre, and more

Heading to a medical camp seventy kilometers away, I didn’t know what to expect. From what I gathered, the camp would provide free medical

First impressions: Santhiram General Hospital

If I had to compare my freshman orientation week at W&M to any other experience I have had, these last few days at Santhiram