What is the most common – and annoying, by the way – excuse for not working out or at least incorporating some activity into a routine? “I don’t have any time”. We’ve all heard it at least once in our lives. Sometimes from our own mouths – trust me, I’ve
Category: Life In Medicine and Healthcare
Imparting my knowledge of the industry as an international medical graduate and physician.
Considering a career as a doctor, nurse or any other profession in the healthcare and medical sector? Be prepared to be bullied, for about as long as you are junior or reportable to someone in a hierarchical workforce. And likely even when you are senior as well. In some cases, you
Choose a career that involves a lot of what you love doing, that you will love dealing with for a long time. Or that you feel called to do. That love will have to last and sustain you unconditionally, through university, many courses and degrees, multiple years in the job
I wanted to follow up on my last post, titled “Top 3 Types of Shock Everyone Studying Away from Home Knows About…” It was a lot of information to digest in a blog post so I thought I’d allow some decompression time before I wrote this one. So in my
So you got accepted to a school away from your hometown. Fees are paid, scholarships are awarded, you’ve travelled the distance and touched down in your new second home for the next 2 years or so. Whether you enrolled in a small junior college or a university with multiple campuses,