Medical students who play instruments together and with others see benefits for teamwork and learning
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- Medical students can use their music background to enhance their education
- Playing together and improvising is great practice for working in teams
- The mental health benefits of playing or singing are huge–it’s impossible to play or sing without forgetting your cares.
M2s AJ Chowdhury (bass guitar), Trey Krupp (guitar), Anthony Piscopo (vocals) and M4 Dhruv Kothari (singer-songwriters), discuss their lives as musicians, and the uses that music has for understanding their lives as medical students and team members. Keeping music in their lives despite what feels like the all-consuming nature of medical education.
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