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 Considering the way you've observed physicians interacting with other health

professionals in the workplace, from which 'chairs' do their responses seem to issue,
predominantly? How much person-to-person variation have you observed in this
regard? How do the 'chairs' physicians tend to use in responding to other health
professionals differ from those that form the basis of interaction with patients?

I have seen a lot of person to person ineraction. They nostly respond in the wait because most
of them don’t really care. Their responds don’t really change based on their interaction with
patients. They are mostly there to get a job done

 Louise Evans says that in the giraffe/connect chair, we listen to people, hold them in our
presence, and care for them—this is essential to the art, and heart, of medicine. How do
the dolphin/detect and meerkat/wait ways of thinking and behaving contribute to the work
a physician is called to perform?

 Dolphin is there to analyze because as a doctor you are there to analyze. Meerkat is in
alert because sometimes we need to be careful of what we say and the repercussions that
might arise. These both contribute because being diverse in our responds and thinking
helps us be good phsycians.

 How is your own social wellness while a medical student affected by interactions with
other medical students?

My own social wellness disregards my other classmates. When I am learning, the only thing I
care about is me and my connection with my preceptor. My social wellness comes from people
outside of medicine.