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Having practiced in India, I really am able to appreciate how good the system of DPC is for patients and their families. I am planning to do my residency in Family Medicine and start my own private practice. I will definitely be practicing DPC in the near future. Thanks to BRI for introducing me to such a wonderful opportunity in the US.
Going back to Nigeria, I will see everything from a different perspective. A lot needs to be changed in the health system in Nigeria, and I know that they can be modified despite the economy of the country. It needs the cooperation of every health personnel from the government to the medical student.
The past century is riddled with interventions wresting control away from physicians and centralizing it in the hands of the federal government and large firms. Rather than addressing policy issues as they arise, reviewing the healthcare system in historical context can reframe the discussion, revealing its foundational problems.
My interactions with like-minded peers and experts who are working to return “joy” to the profession have given me the confidence to express my viewpoints with other physicians who may have different world views. I now have a network of physicians and fellow residents with whom I can discuss entrepreneurial or policy ideas. I truly loved getting to know the staff and BRI students across the country. I had such a wonderful experience and hope to pay it forward in the future. I urge medical students to please stay involved as residents, keep your email updated and maintain your BRI membership. As more students graduate there will be a greater role for resident mentorship as well as ways to focus on our own professional development.