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Authorship Achievement—Third-year medical student Olivia Low is a contributing writer for the online magazine in-Training, which provides a venue for news and commentary written by the worldwide medical student community. Ms. Low writes on issues of social justice and global health equity. Now, her work has been featured in a recently published book, in-Training: Stories from Tomorrow's Physicians. The book is described as a collection of “peer-edited narratives written by medical students on humanism, our real-life patients, and the challenges of being a physician-in-training.” The book features her essay, “Learning to See: On Photography, Narrative, and Medical Education.” In the piece, Ms. Low shares her experiences as an amateur photographer and the lessons drawn that she hopes may help students in their development as humanistic physicians.