Dr. Dasen Brajkovic MD – Getting Through Medical School

Dasen Brajkovic is a professional who cares about the impact he has on others. He has been working in the medical field since 1987, and he has been specializing in psychiatry for the majority of his career. He is the current Medical Director of Psychiatric Services for the Staten Island University Hospital, and he has held the position since 2012.

He also served as an Attending Psychiatrist for the hospital from 2009 to 2012 before being promoted. Although his current position requires more of an administrative style, he still has a great deal of direct patient care experience, and even works as a part time associate for a private practice in New York.

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Dasen Brajkovic has been working as a professional psychiatrist for many years, and he is devoted to the work he does in the field. However, he remembers that getting through medical school was difficult, but he can provide students, or prospective students, with tips to succeed. Here’s how to get through medical school and on to residency training.

The first thing you need to do in order to be successful as a medical student is write down everything you’re taught. Not only will this help you keep track of the course material, but it will also help you retain the information that hear more so than if you had just listened to it. Make sure you write legibly.Dasen Brajkovic also explains that you need review the material that you learn daily. This isn’t information you can be tested on forget about; you need to remember everything you learn.