Exploring my inner self in lock-down

The world is facing the pandemic, courtesy covid19 where life of a common man has paced down, unlike for an emergency physician for whom the marathon has got a bit more challenging. Working as a front line healthcare, exposed me to a positive patient which led me to experience quarantine for 14 days. Though initially it was unusual as I was unable to figure out what was happening since I am not used to such a slow routine. Getting all the free time in the world, eventually, made me explore my inner self and my interest in reflective writing and inclination toward narrative medicine. So it’s time now I start writing, neither for money nor for appreciation but just to reflect upon my life for self satisfaction. A day might come when my piece of writing might bring a difference in someone’s life.. GOD Knows!!

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Emergency Medicine Physician, loves writing and sharing day to day experience.

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Dr. Nazir Najeeb Kapadia

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Emergency Medicine Physician, loves writing and sharing day to day experience.

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