Have I told you all that I hate pediatrics? Well. I do. And here are some quotes from my time there to prove it, with some adult medicine sprinkled in between. Hope you enjoy Volume 6 of Things I Heard in Residency!Continue reading
The good thing about my residency program is that I am getting such great training. But more importantly, I get quotes like these! Hope you enjoy Things I Heard in Residency: Volume 4!Continue reading
I know I disappeared after starting this new series, but I had a valid reason, I swear. Residency is… a lot. Especially if you are surrounded by the fools I am with! So far I’ve been popping joints back into place in the Emergency Department and trying to figure out the insulin sliding scale over on inpatient medicine. And of course, you can’t forget outpatient clinic. So here’s some quotes that I’ve picked up along the way!
I just finished my second week of residency! Well, the second week of orientation. And let me tell you, I am way more disoriented than ever. But I’m happy because I am at my absolute dream program! I am blessed to have matched at my top choice for family medicine. And I am even more blessed to be with the class that I am with! Not only are they so kind, funny and caring, but they are also providing me with great content to write about. All have been warned — so I bring to you: Things I Heard in Residency: Volume 1.
So my internship is over and I have to say, I had the best time in my life. For anyone interested in learning more about health issues and policy and in North Carolina, then North Carolina Health News is for you!
As an intern, I learned a lot of neat things, like how to push my way through big crowds and hunt down sources, but I also got to do a lot of cool things. Here’s a list of things I got to do as an intern:
Week one of my internship is done! Well it finished last week and then I took a little break with my cousins so… yeah… besides that… Continue reading
So yesterday was my first day as a reporting intern for an online, non-profit news organization covering health news and policy at the state legislature. And let me tell you, it was crazy!