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Category Archives: First Year
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Day 3 in A&E The last day of my short placement in A&E was a very mixed day. On the one hand, I got to properly clerk a patient for the first time on my own and suggest a diagnosis. … Continue reading
Day two in A&E. The day started at 7am on the CDU (Not to be confused with the CDC). The CDU as an acronym officially stands for Clinical Decision Unit but is much more commonly referred to as the “Can’t … Continue reading
I recently spent 3 days working in A&E. I say working, what that actually translates to is I spent three days getting in the way of the doctors and nurses that were doing some actual work. I had been looking … Continue reading
Actual date 5/2/13 This week has been a very good week. I found out that I’d passed my exams, which is obviously good. I only just passed, but on this course at this stage it doesn’t matter, as long as … Continue reading
Actual date 28/11/12 I haven’t written anything for a while. I have had a lot of work catching up things that I missed with me knee, so sorry about that, though to be honest, not much has happened except that … Continue reading
Actual Date 31/10/12 Today I spent 3 hours in my hospital being taught how to move a box and a patient. Now, in my previous life I was a sound engineer for a small company near Liverpool, I was also … Continue reading
Actual date 18/10/12 There is such a thing as medical student hyperchondriac syndrome. This is where medical students learn about a condition in a lecture and because they have one or two of the symptoms, they decide that they have … Continue reading
Actual date: 1/10/2012 This whole long distance relationship thing is hard. I’ve seen Alex every weekend so far, but this weekend was the first time we’ve not managed to see each other. I can’t afford to get the train home … Continue reading