Although this campaign has concluded, if you would still like to make a donation to support Scope & Scalpel, you may always do so here.
Your dreams are big, and so is that stack of MCAT prep books. $10 gets you one extra (imaginary) point on the bio section, and a warm welcome from your future med student colleagues.
We know you are working on the wards, studying for step 1 and generally just trying to get by. Why not take some of that hard-earned loan money and throw it our way? $25 isn’t that much when you pay it off over 30 years.
Dearest intern: Thank you for always double checking my I/Os, co-signing my orders, making sure I'm allowed to eat lunch, and generally ensuring that I'm un-pimpable on rounds. Oh, and that $50 wasn't bad either... Love, your MS4
With great power comes great responsibility. For $100, you can help support your friendly medical student.
Your medical student has diligently run the CHA2DS2-VASc, HAS-BLED, ASCVD, CURB-65, APGAR, MOCA, CAGE, WASP, GCS, and PHQ-9 assessments on your entire floor. Please consider contributing to their SANITY score with a generous $250 donation.
Budgeting and expenses have now become a part of your job, so you know first-hand how difficult it can be to adequately supply your team with the equipment they need. But $500 can buy....CHAIRS! And tables, and buckets, and surgical caps, and....basically all the props we'll need in the show.
Could you imagine that a four-letter word could carry so much power, respect, and (obviously) a guaranteed mention in this year's show?? Keep it on the down low, but word on the street is they are looking for a new one. A contribution of $1,000 will make sure that you watch in style -- padded seats, air conditioning, and Scope and Scalpel’s support of your future deanship, -- yes it can all be yours.