So this blog post is a bit of an odd approach, because cardiology and pulmonology/respiratory are so delicately intertwined that they are almost always studied together as cardiopulmonary (also how my block was structured). However, as I mentioned in ... keep reading.
I love that cute and comfortable scrubs are becoming a thing. Out with the old and frumpy, in with the new fitted, active-wear scrubs! When Maevn contacted me about trying out their EON Collection scrubs, I of course agreed. So, here's my honest ... keep reading.
Being completely honest, I disliked neurology. Not so much the subject, but rather the process of learning it. Every block in medical school requires countless hours of studying, but depending on how much you enjoy the subject, those hours can feel ... keep reading.
My medical school classes are arranged in blocks, rather than traditional semesters. Our first block was heavily focused on cell and molecular biology, prepping us with chemistry, structure, and biology to understand life and cellular processes at ... keep reading.
Wow, that really doesn’t sound pleasant does it – “Poor and out of time.” Yuck. But, I find myself feeling that way pretty often lately. Anyone who knows me well knows that I absolutely love spending time in the kitchen. I would rather go grocery ... keep reading.
It’s often said that learning in medical school is “like drinking from a fire hydrant.” Who coined this phrase? Because they were spot on. It’s the start of my second week of medical school (only my second week and I’m already agreeing with this ... keep reading.
The White Coat Ceremony is a ritual that marks a student’s transition from pre-clinical studies into the study of medicine. Medical students experience their initial contacts with patients and establish their professional identity during medical ... keep reading.