GEORGE J. ELLIS III, M.D.
When some of the residents were asked last summer what difference it made to have been exposed to Dr. Stead for just a few months, many answers were forthcoming. It was pointed out that on rounds he didn't teach or emphasize what a good intern or what a good resident might have. No one came away with a pat list of "the six most common causes" or the "best" therapeutic program. Each student and house officer who worked with him on Osler Ward learned something different. Usually, each one learned what he needed most at the time to handle a
ELLIS GJ. The Profit in Losing a Nickel. Ann Intern Med. 1968;69:991. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-69-5-991
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