It’s second year! I actually have free weekends and time to cook and be a human. And clearly not keep up with this blog. Here’s Things I Heard in Residency: Volume 8!Continue reading
New year, same medical nonsense. Here’s Things I Heard in Residency: Volume 7!Continue reading
We have officially started residency! And though I don’t get to hear the crazy things my co-interns say as much anymore, I still manage to catch a few gems now and again. But lucky for y’all, this post is the last of all the ridiculous things we said during orientation! So I hope you enjoy Things I Heard in Residency: Volume 2!
Yes. You read that right. This marks the last “Things I’ve Heard in Medical School” post. Why? Because I am done with medical school!
Another week, another blog post. With surgery being twelve weeks long, I had a lot of time to collect quotes. So here is Things I Heard in Medical School: Volume 31 — featuring more surgical debauchery! Continue reading
Wow I’m back and I’m a fourth year now. What. WHAT. Back to your regularly scheduled posts! I hope… Here’s TIHIMS: Vol. 30! Theme of this week: surgery!
I should be paying attention to pathophysiology right now, but I’m not. Sorry mom. While I’m starting to collect quotes for Term 5, I still have some silly things people said back in Term 4 for y’all to enjoy. Did I catch you saying something crazy? Let me know!
Before I start off my final term of basic sciences, I wanted to share some of the funny thing I heard during the Hyperbaric Medicine Selective I did! Which by the way — is AMAZING! If you have questions, let me know! Here are some of the ridiculous things I heard over the last week.
I’m a second-year medical student at St. George’s University in Grenada. If you are also a medical student or in a similar, grueling field, you can probably relate. I’m mainly writing this as a way to vent and get out all of this anxiety. But also because I know there are others in my class, and in the world in general, who feel the same way. If you know me, you know I hate crying and hate being weak. Well, today will be that exception. Today, I need to open up so I can move on. Feel free to share this post with anyone who needs a reality check or just needs some reassurance that this too shall pass. Continue reading