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Congratulations to Thao Nguyen who will be serving as co-editor-in-chief this upcoming year!

Voices

a literary journal
for stories of our humanities

We are Voices, a literary journal that publishes creative expressions of students and individuals in the medical community, established and supported at the Duke University School of Medicine. We welcome any submissions from patients, healthcare providers, families and friends who would like to share their experiences with healthcare. In the past, DukeMed Voices has published articles, essays, short stories, poetry, photography, and drawings. A wide range of topics are encouraged, ranging from global health, medical ethics, med student experiences, abstract poems, nature photos, and others. Any experience that relates to your life within the medical community, whether direct or indirect, can be represented creatively in our publication.

OUR EDITORS

Rui Dai

Editor-in-Chief
Rui is a MD/PhD student currently pursing a PhD at Duke University.

Thao Nguyen

Editor-in-Chief
Thao is a second year medical student at Duke University School of Medicine

S. Tammy Hsu

Associate Editor
Tammy is fourth year medical student at Duke University School of Medicine

Ashley Adams

Associate Editor
Ashley Adams is a fourth year medical student at Duke University School of Medicine

Gireesh Reddy

Associate Editor
Gireesh is a fourth year medical student at Duke University School of Medicine

Samuel Hofacker

Associate Editor
Sam is a third year medical student at the Duke University School of Medicine.

Shan McBurney-Lin

Associate Editor
Shan is a third year MD/MBA candidate at Duke University School of Medicine.

Karishma Sriram

Associate Editor
Karishma is a third year medical student at Duke University School of Medicine

Zachary Smothers

Associate Editor
Zachary is a second year medical student at Duke University School of Medicine

Teresa Meng

Associate Editor
Teresa Meng is a Class of 2019 undergraduate student at Duke University

Dr. Ray Barfield, MD, PhD

Faculty Advisor
Dr. Ray Barfield is an associate professor of pediatrics, and specializes in oncology and palliative care.

Dr. Karen Jooste, MD, MPH

Faculty Advisor
Dr. Karen Jooste is an assistant professor of pediatrics, specializing in primary care and writing in healthcare.

Dr. Sneha Mantri

Faculty Advisor
Dr. Sneha Mantri is an Assistant Professor of Neurology, specializing in movement disorders and has obtained a masters degree in narrative writing.

Excerpts

Shouts and Murmurs