Thank you, and I really mean it thank you.I wanted to take the time to say a genuine thank you. I am a 3rd year resident about to set foot on the real world in about 6 months. I will be an "Attending" and full fledged doctor come july 1st of this year. It is much more scary than coming in July 1st of my intern year. Some of my colleges came in as an intern "knowing everything" and thats great but I was not one of them.Residency is scary, hard work and a lot of sleepless nights. I spent months in a completely different environment than I was used to. Thank you for guiding me through this. Thank you for tapping me on the shoulder and telling me "how things normally work". Thank you for grabbing me before rounds and telling me what the attending expected and making me look good. Also thank you for not changing every single drip just before rounds. As a guest on many off service rotations I learned more from the nurses than I did from my attending and I thank you for this.Also thank you for respecting my time. On my trauma rotation I was awoken at 6:45 am by the charge nurse. He had a list of things I needed to sign off on. Simple things that I could have been awaken for but really didn't need to be. He took it upon himself to compile a list of orders that didn't need my immediate attention so I could grab a few hours of sleep. Overall I have learned more from the RN's during residency than I have from my attendings and I thank you for this. I wish you all luck in the future and thank you for all you do.