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Missoula was my second WWAMI month and quite different from the first. Missoula is a university town and significantly bigger than Livingston. There are multiple hospitals, plenty of subspecialists, and even some UW students running around; it has less of the “small town doctor” feel. That said it’s quite different from Seattle, and the exceedingly […]
I am so glad that I chose to do a WWAMI rotation in Missoula. It was an eye-opening experience in so many ways. I spent the month with Dr. John Trauscht, an oncologist with the Montana Cancer Specialists. I felt spoiled to have so much one-on-one time for teaching. I spent time doing a mix […]
I was putting in a lot of hours, by my choice, because I was learning so much. The community doctors constantly impressed me with how good they were at everything. They were amazing diagnosticians. The oncologist I worked with, John Trauscht, was an outstanding teacher, and I loved his curiosity. John had a great way […]