Two M3 students, Nasir Khatri and Pooja Patil, at Virginia Commonwealth University’s (VCU) School of Medicine ran into Daniel Radcliffe in Richmond while he was shooting for his upcoming film, “Imperium.” Radcliffe was generous enough to sign a poster made by some of the pediatrics patients at VCU (and etched his own handprint as well).
The students plan to give this gift to The Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU, hoping it will bring a smile to the faces of many children for years to come from their favorite character of all time!
It’s amazing to think that just a few minutes of one’s time could bring a lifetime of happiness to someone in need.
Your challenge today?
To carry out a random act of kindness with no expectation of a reward.Because small acts of kindness, are ALWAYS in season. 🙂
Medical school is tough, even tougher is residency. sometimes we need to hear that voice of inspiration and excitement we carried before entering the journey.
The goal of WhiteCoated is to allow medical students and residents to contribute anything ranging from art to articles to podcasts that help others learn more about the field or rediscover their passion with the goals of bettering themselves and thus enhancing the care of their patients.