GIVEAWAY: Urbane Collection by Scrub Shopper

Heyyy all you medical professionals! I’m partnering with Scrub Shopper to send out some free scrubs! Contest entry rules: (1) Go to my Instagram giveaway post at @nicolet.life (2) Follow @nicolet.life and @scrubshopper on Instagram (3) Comment on the post, telling us what career path you’ve chosen, what you plan on pursuing, or simply why you…

MIND over Matter: Mental Health in Medical School

According to a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, 27% of medical students have depression or show depressive symptoms — ONE-THIRD of medical students — and 11% have suicidal tendencies. In addition, medical students are 5 times more likely to experience depression compared to the general population. But guess what? Only 16% of medical students…

Remedies for a Sore Throat

At the start of winter each year, I get a sore throat and a stuffy nose. And these usually drag a headache along with them. I am not a supporter of popping pills for every little ache and pain though, so I usually weather through it and let my body do what it’s made to…

Scrub Review + Giveaway: EON by Maevn

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. Maevn Uniforms is an honest Texas-based brand that makes high-quality scrubs and uniforms for medical professionals….

Medical School: Drinking from a Fire Hydrant

It’s often said that learning in med 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 analogy! So… what’s week 10 going to look like?) My classmates…

White Coat Ceremony in Medicine

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 school, not after their studies are completed. Thus, the White Coat Ceremony takes place before the start of classes, serving…