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Subscribing to this magazine will not add a line to your CV (unless you choose to write an article). It is not going to help you memorize the encyclopedia of clinical facts that you are struggling with. But it will help make you a more competent and well rounded healthcare professional. It will show you the big picture that is so hard to piece together when we are all struggling through our studies. It will help you accomplish your long-term goals because you have a better understanding of how the system works. And hopefully, it will entertain you. 

To show our thanks for your support, every subscriber will receive a free copy of the ebook, The Healthcare Scholar Guide to Networking and will also be entered into a raffle to win unique healthcare goodies!

When will the first volume be out?

The first volume is scheduled to be released in the beginning of Fall 2018, but we hope to release some teasers along the way. After the first volume, we will publish a few articles monthly and volumes biannually. 

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Who are you guys?

Our core team began with two students who wanted to create a platform where all healthcare-related students could share their thoughts and experiences. James Cong is a student pharmacist at The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy. Paarth Dodia is a medical student at the William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine.