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Over the weekend I received my short white coat at White Coat Ceremony! This ceremony marks the transition from the pre-clinical to clinical years of medical school. After one more lecture test at school and studying for and taking step 1, I’ll finally be in the hospital learning from patients.
I started carrying a purse to school in the 4th grade. Why did I need a purse? For all of my reading-for-fun books. Yeah, I was that cool. Back then, the big trend was handmade purses with a contrasting trim. Mine was denim with an American flag border. Ever since I’ve always carried a purse, even now when most of my classmates just carry their wallets in their backpacks.
You may have seen on my Instagram recently that my white coat ceremony is coming up! White Coat Ceremony marks our transition from the pre-clinical to clinical years of medical school, and we are presented with short white coats with our names embroidered on them. Read my tips below for what to wear to white coat ceremony: