When I was in medical school, I had a middle aged attending who used to sing during rounds.
OK, she didn't belt out "I Will Survive" at the top of her lungs, but during our sit down rounds, she would frequently start (loudly) singing a little tune as she wrote her orders or flipped through the chart. Something along the lines of, "La la la!"
What I found interesting about this is that there's NO WAY she was singing all through med school and residency. If a med student started singing like that during rounds.... well, I don't know what would happen, because nothing even close to that ever happened.
So I couldn't help but wonder: at what point in her career did she decide it was OK to start singing in front of her team? Did she do it as soon as she became an attending, since the music inside her was crying to break free? Or was it a more gradual evolution of humming giving way into actual loud singing?