Eraritjaritjaka is derived from the language of the Aranda people of central Australia meaning ‘a yearning for something that has been lost’. In 2000, Lancet published an essay by the Belgian physician Joris Nauwelaers where he lamented several changes in medical education and practice that had occurred in the prior two decades.1 He lamented the perceived loss of dedicated teachers in medical schools and the loss of skilled instruction in the value of a well performed history and physical examination rather than reliance of algorithms and advanced imaging.

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