I'm all buckled in and ready to go for a solo trip across the country. I'm very excited for 5 days to myself, for reading, running, relaxing, networking, and attending this year's National Ob/gyn conference. Oh, and I'm excited for the conference swag... Who am I kidding... Maybe I'm most excited about the swag!… Continue reading Leaving on a Jet Plane!
1. I really, really want to take care of my feet. 2. I do not like non-healing wounds... at all. 3. I really don't have as much patience as I should for non-compliant patients. 4. I get very excited about performing ultrasound, even if it is just of vasculature. 5. There will never be anything… Continue reading 10 Things I Learned on Vascular Sugery
Where I live, all post graduate medical programs hold their residency interviews in a three week period. My medical school gives us the full three weeks off of clinical duties to alleviate the stress of all the travelling and planning for interviews. A while back, when I submitted my applications, I made the decision to… Continue reading 5 Days. 5 Cities. 5 Interviews.
C. is a classmate and friend of mine - she is currently on her O&G rotation J. is an O&G resident who is good friends with K. Tuesday Morning: C: "J. just texted me and said that Dr. - is blind!!! Is that true?" Me: "Um, no, she's not." C: "Do you know know what's… Continue reading Walking Into a Minefield
This is my 12th year of university. Gross. I think about that and I get a little depressed. 12 years and 4 degrees. I guess that's not too bad: I'm averaging 3 years per degree. You think I wouldn't complain about having all this education. I do, however, because I feel that in my current… Continue reading Master’s Counts for Something