Personal anecdote

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Curriculum vitae

This will become a page with my CV when I finish it.

Basic info:

 

Education:

Dartmouth College, BA 1969, German major. Foreign Study in Freiburg, Germany.

Clinical Pharmacology Fellowship, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, July 1971 - June 1972.

University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, MD 1974

 

Training:

Family Medicine residency training at the University of Wisconsin Family Practice Department from July 1974 through June 1977.

About me

I am a family physician, now retired from active practice after almost forty years of loving primary care. I am happily married for nearly 4 decades. I have two fantastic grown children with interesting lives - who live too far away - and three of the neatest grandchildren in the world. 

Results are not always the most important thing

Lisl was very good high school skier but seemed not to have the race results she was capable of and everyone expected.  

In practice, it was clear she had great technique and a good motor, and could stay at the front without difficulty. In races, however, she would set out looking fantastic but come in near the end of the pack, beaten by skiers with much less ability than she, and seemed happy with her race.  It never seemed to bother her.  In fact, she never complained and was always one of the happiest in the van on the way home.b

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