In this episode you will learn:
· How it feels being a resident in a fairly new program
· Debt is a distraction
· Positive reinforcement is so underrated
· Dr. Christian Casteel – on setting the tone before every shift
· Is medicine appropriately representing the population it serves?
About Dr. Christian Casteel:
Christian Casteel is a current PGY-1 Emergency Medicine resident at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. He received his BS in Cell and Molecular Biology from Missouri State University and attended medical school at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences.
Christian is from a small town called High Ridge Missouri and is a first-generation high school/college/medical school graduate. His career interests include Social EM, Diversity Equity & Inclusion, MedEd. Advocating for greater socioeconomic and racial diversity in medicine is a particular passion of his.
Outside of medicine, he thinks of himself as more of a guitar player and skateboarder than a Doctor.
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