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I know I’m going to regret saying this. I’ll be eating these words a couple weeks into M2 year when Cardio/Pulm is kicking my butt and people start humble bragging about their STEP study schedule, buuuut right now.... I miss school. I miss routine in every form of the word. My sleeping, studying, and eating schedules keep me sane and I need them back in my life ASAP. I miss expanding my mind every day. I know I can’t be alone in this, right? Love you, summer, but this has been a hard one to get through and I’m ready for the fall. ✌️

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I’ve been keeping this in for quite some time... but I’m so happy to announce I’m now a @glassesusa  ambassador! I’m wearing the style PAM. And I’m obsessed! so chic and fab! I just ordered another pair as well. • Growing up with Medicaid and bad eye site always led to the optometrist pulling this dusty box from under his desk of about 5 glasses I could choose from lol. That’s why I love Glasses USA. They offer prescription glasses at up to 70% off. With over 6,000 styles, you can shop your next glasses, sunglasses or contacts right from your couch ! A complete pair of glasses (frames + lenses) can start at just $30. You heard me.. $30 😱. Ain’t no one got time or money for eye insurance shenanigans 🤷🏾‍♀️😂 • You can always use my link in my bio ( helps you and me 😉). With school right around the corner.. get some fresh glasses quick! #GlassesUsa  #GlassesUSAPartner  #teamGlassesUSA 

sometimes all you need is a little reminder that you can do whatever you put your mind to! so this is your reminder!!! go kick some butt today!!

OBÓZ NAUKOWY - o co chodzi? ▫️Co to jest obóz naukowy? Obóz naukowy to zazwyczaj dwutygodniowy wyjazd organizowany dla członków danego koła naukowego. ▫️Co się robi na takim obozie? To troszkę różni się w zależności od tego, z jakiego koła jest obóz. My akurat codziennie rano chodziliśmy do szpitala na oddział, na którym mieliśmy odbywać praktyki wakacyjne (na III roku jest to Oddział Wewnętrzny, czyli interna) i dodatkowo, jako że to obóz z @skn_graft  , czyli koła chirurgicznego - mogliśmy chodzić na blok operacyjny. Po południu natomiast miały miejsce wszystkie zajęcia integracyjne - kajaki, żagle, siatkówka plażowa, a dla chętnych również nauka szycia chirurgicznego czy wieczorne dyżury na SORze. ▫️Czy obóz zalicza praktyki wakacyjne? Tak, a przynajmniej część. Na 1WLu dwa tygodnie obozu zaliczają 120h praktyk, na 2WLu jest troszkę inaczej. Te kwestie są zmienne, więc warto wcześniej dowiedzieć się, czy w danym roku akademickim nic się nie zmieniło. 😅 Teraz wydziały będą połączone, więc i te zasady zostaną ujednolicone. ▫️Ile osób jest na takim obozie? 20. ▫️Co zrobić żeby pojechać na obóz? Trzeba być członkiem koła i zadeklarować chęć pojechania na obóz już w okolicach grudnia. Natomiast przez to, że liczba miejsc jest ograniczona, pierwszeństwo mają osoby, które najaktywniej uczestniczą w pracy koła. ▫️Ile kosztuje taki obóz? Obóz ma dofinansowanie z uczelni, natomiast nie pokrywa ono wszystkich kosztów, więc zazwyczaj trzeba coś dopłacić. Na szczęście nie są to duże kwoty. . Dajcie znać czy coś jeszcze chcecie wiedzieć 😁

ZOOM IN FOR TWO SEMESTERS OF OCHEM ON ONE WHITEBOARD tbt to my ochem final board in its full glory 🤩 shoutout to my big, sorry for the awkward pic. it’s been highly requested for me to post the whole thing so... here it is! keep in mind a few things: •i worked on this over the course of a few days. my library won’t erase things overnight if you write on the board not to, and i was in the library open to close otherwise •i let the table next to us take as much as they needed to, i promise •i felt confident and pretty comfortable studying like this because this is my learning style. i’m incredibly visual. for some of y’all, this would be a total waste of time •i only lightly reviewed the things it felt like i could do in my sleep •there’s dozens of whiteboards in this library. i wasn’t being a whiteboard hog 😂 do y’all have any questions about my review whiteboards? i talked about them in a post a while back but i plan on making an updated post in my back to school series!

How did I survive my first two years in medical school : Studying My First Year👩🏾‍💻. • I want to first start off by saying. This worked for me. It may not work for you. Medical school is a place where you take advice given with a grain a salt and figure out how to manipulate study schedules to fit your own needs • St. George’s academics is based on system learning. Your first year consists of you learning Biochem, Anatomy, Physio, & Genetics of all the organ systems. Here are a few things that I did : 1️⃣ ᑭᖇE-ᖇEᗩᗪ : At first I quickly read my slides for class but then transitioned into watching brief videos on the topics that would be covered. This didn’t last all year for me 🤷🏾‍♀️ 2️⃣ ᗩTTEᑎᗪIᑎG ᑕᒪᗩᔕᔕ: 80% of class at SGU is mandatory, first off. But I weirdly enjoyed majority of my lecturers the first year, so class wasn’t so bad. I really tried to focus on what was being said as opposed to what was on my slide. THIS AINT HAPPEN FOR ALL THE CLASSES 💀 I had my times where a Bih was knocked out 💀 it was really hard focusing for 4 straight hours. So don’t be alarmed if you do start daydreaming lol. You’re human 3️⃣ ᑭOᔕT-ᖇEᗩᗪ: now this was the bread and butter to my studying first year. After class I gave myself like an hour or so break of doing whatever I wanted. Eat. Sleep. Netflix. Then I started the grind. Each lecture got 90 mins of love from me. I created my own 1 page review sheets. My focus was to understand what was going on, not to merely rewrite the lecture. If I needed to, I re-watched certain parts of lectures. Never the whole thing - FOR ME it was a waste of time. 4️⃣ ᔕEᑕOᑎᗪ ᑭᗩᔕᔕ + TᑌTOᖇIᑎG: weekends were to catch up on lectures, but my time was primarily spent on my “second pass” - which means I revisited each lecture from the week. This time really dissecting details, drawing things out, etc. I also went to group review sessions my school offered. Whatever subject I had issues with that week was the review sesh I picked to go to. • Your study habits may change per block that you are in. Don’t be afraid to adapt and try something new. It’s scary, but you can do it💕Focus&Grind! I’m rooting for you! Tag an incoming M1!

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Reverse opening of my custom planner by @erincondren  😍 . Since I'm such a planner, when I was in Austin I was trying to figure out my future medical route. I started googling other medical careers and holistic/wellness based careers since I knew that was my underlying passion. Finally, I came across Naturopathic Medical School. To learn more about it, I went to YouTube and I found videos of @dr.marilynmerola  talking about her journey into ND school and instantly knew this was my calling! 👩‍⚕️ . Share in the comments how you came across Naturopathic Medicine or if you have never heard of it before! . . . #erincondrenplanner  #erincondren  #ecplanner  #medicalschoolplanner  #naturopathicmedicalstudent  #naturopathicmedicine  #bastyruniversitycalifornia  #medicalstudent  #medstudent  #futuredoctor  #medicine  #ndstudent  #futurend  #buc 

Gearing up for this week! 💪🏾 ———————————————————————-This week I’m looking forward to being better than I was last week. Every weekend I put aside to read up on psychiatry. Don’t get me wrong I still ask questions amongst my colleagues. Not to mention my supervising MD is evvverrrrryyyytttthhhiiinnngggg! That’s my goal every week 👈🏾 ✨ I’m a life learner as long as I’m in medicine 😉💚 never become too cocky to ask for help or continue growth in learning 🔑

happy one year anniversary to my forever partner in crime and my favorite nurse - i really can’t think of a more fitting way to celebrate than by working a shift together at the ER, where we first met. ❤️🚑 i love you to the moon and back babe - cheers to us and all the years ahead! 👨🏻‍⚕️👩🏻‍⚕️❤️

👊 #CanPassWillPass  #iWentWithArora  . . 😀 Hope this helps! For more learning from Dr. Aman Arora, check out our other streams: . . 👉 Website (in bio): www.aroraMedicalEducation.co.uk . . 😳 Busy? Subscribe to aroraDaily: Aman’s daily teaching emails direct to your inbox: http://eepurl.com/duAwXr (link also at top of website - click from bio) . . 👉 Flagship Facebook Medical Education group: https://m.facebook.com/groups/1571643289740957 . . 👉 YouTube: AmanArora (https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCqkWfBY_0ydbOoTkp92lBPw)👉 . . Twitter: @aman999arora  (https://mobile.twitter.com/aman999arora) . . SoundCloud: Dr Aman Arora (https://soundcloud.com/user-121278599) . . Immersion Courses Mock Exams Live Webinars Audiobooks Online Training One-to-one Sessions Revision Posters website link for more details in bio . . *All videos/images are for educational purposes only and are not to be used for medical advice. Guidance is aimed to be relevant and up-to-date at time of release* . . *not for medical advice* . . #FOAMed  #medicaleducation  #meded  #gptrainee  #mbbs  #instadoc  #medicalexam  #medicalschool  #medschool  #medschoollife  #medicalstudent  #medicalstudents  #medstudent  #futuredoctor  #juniordoctor  #anatomy  #medico  #medicos  #premed  #intern  #doctorlife  #nurse  #USMLE  #neet  #medic  #doctortobe  #doctor  #surgeon 

Guatemala is a fantastic country but with many unfulfilled needs: In 2008, the public healthcare sector had a budget of only $97 per person, as a reference, the United States Government spends $7,825 per person every year. Most of the Guatemala population live in rural areas, while 80% of the doctors in the country live in the capital, this has led to a big gap and inequity in the health system. Do you want to be part of the change in needful communities all over Latin America? Then check out the #Scholarship  Opportunities we have waiting for you at the link in our bio! -------------------------------- #Memories  #Medstudentlife  #medical  #medstudent  #medicalstudent  #physicianassistant  #doctors  #becomingadoctor  #medicos  #nursing  #futuredoctor  #futurenurse  #dentalstudent  #dental  #surgicalassistant  #dentistry  #medicine  #scalpel  #volunteer  #instapic  #instagood  #donate  #nonprofit 

Just a girl from the hood trying to tell a different narrative.

I dare you to work on yourself for 6 months. I dare you to shut out the world. I dare you to shut out ALL the distractions. I dare you give up everything that is keeping you from your dream. If you have a dream… don’t just sit there. Get up and make something happen! Sometimes you just have to MOVE! Do something. Make a call. Reach out to someone. Google something. LEARN something new. Write down what you need to do in order to make a better life for yourself and be brave enough to DO THOSE things. I dare you to write your goals down and get someone to hold you accountable! I dare you give up everything that is keeping you from your dream. To say no to all negative influences. I dare you to pick up a book instead of a drink. I dare you to prove them wrong. I dare you to walk more than you talk. I dare you to say no with PRIDE. No to bad habits. To negative people. To wrong doing. I dare you to speak your truth. I dare you to dream BIGGER! BIGGER than they told you was possible for your life. I dare you to walk your own path. Wherever that leads. Whatever they say. I dare you to lock the world out for a week and work on YOU. You’re well and truly capable of living at a higher level… If you DO or you DON’T – that’s up to YOU. More discipline. Higher standards. More self respect. More boundaries. Less BS! More forward. Less backward!
 More positive less negative! What’s it going to take for you change? -words from @fearlessmotivationofficial 

I used to almost exclusively think of myself as a failure. It was hard not to in the competitive pre-med environment at my undergrad. I graduated with a 2.55 sGPA and a 2.98 cGPA. I still wanted to become a doctor, but I felt so dejected by my numbers and by watching my classmates' successes. I let myself feel this way for most of the latter half of my time in college. I sought advice and inspiration, but my efforts were in vain. So, I took it upon myself to develop a plan and strategy to position myself best for a med school application process. I researched my options nonstop and learned everything I could about post-baccs, masters programs, and what it takes to be a competitive applicant. Then I set my plan in motion. • That was 3 years ago. Since then I've graduated from a 2 year MS Bio program, a 1 year MPH program (both of which I got a 4.0 GPA in), taken the MCAT, applied to med school, and been accepted to multiple schools. It wasn't easy. I cannot stress that enough. I worked harder than I ever have to get to where I am today to make myself a competitive applicant. It took years of strategizing, of tears, of grit and most importantly, of dedication. I was and still very much am dedicated to my future career as a physician. • I no longer think of my time in undergrad as a failure. It sucked to go through that, don't get me wrong. But, I've learned so much from that experience and grown as a person more than I would have without having been on this journey. We're more than our numbers as pre-meds. Remind yourself of "your why", surround yourself with support, and persevere. It's not easy, but it is possible to make it #ThroughFailure . • A truly amazing post by my friend @thecurlypremed  • It’s not the failure that defines us, but how we respond to it. How quickly we can get back on that horse is a testimony to our grit and perseverance. • If you’d like to share a story, please feel free to reach out. These stories constantly inspire me every week. • Much love

Now for my actual favorite muscles to workout 😍 And thats it for the muscle series! . All available on Etsy currently! . #anatomyart  #anatomy  #futuredoctor  #chiropractic  #chirostudent  #massagetherapy  #medicalillustration  #dpt  #physicaltherapy  #dc2b  #watercolor  #sciart 

So I have decided to quit compound movements and lifting heavy. You probably will never see me do squats these days. I still love deadlifts but at a really low weight. I realized that these compound movements were not giving me the best results. I will always keep up with hip thrusts, although I’m not so concerned about my bottom as much as having a balanced physique. I’ve switched to almost all isolation exercises on the cable machine to target my imbalances (my left side continues to be stronger and more toned than my right side—working on it). Diet has been a huge thing too. Minimal sugar, high fat and high protein. Of course I still eat my veggies, but I’m realizing I do best eating lots of nuts, avocados and peanut butter etc. I’ve also been taking ~6,000mg of Krill Oil a day for almost a month. I swear by this stuff. We all know omega-3s are good for our health, and some studies have shown better mental health outcomes with high dose EPA and DHA compared to standard treatment for depression. I take both, and I have to say, the result is amazing. I’ve decided to take Krill oil instead of Fish oil because it’s more absorbable by the gut. I don’t know, it’s just what works for me ♥️ #fitnessmotivation  #gymlife  #gymsharkwomen  #fitspo  #gymeveryday  #futuredoctor  #healthybodyhealthymind  #krilloil 

“Finish each day and be done with it. Not every day is going to turn out as we want it to. I’ll routines and to do list are aspirational. The important thing is to make it to the end of the day, no matter what. No matter how bad it gets, see it though to the end so you can get to tomorrow” I’ll give you one guess of what my Friday exam is over... Louie (🐶) has been gone all weekend with my wife and yet there’s still one of his hairs on the bottom right corner of my iPad 😑

I've got sunshine, on a cloudy day. 🥰🤗 Morning commute to work! . . . . . . . . #winter  #morning  #goodmorning  #work  #trees  #nature  #walks  #crisp  #life  #studygram  #student  #views  #medjourney  #medicine  #futuredoctor  #psychology 

~ Why Medicine ~ Whenever someone asks me why I chose to go into medicine, I’d mentally break out in a stream of sweat. I never know what to tell them and I struggle to give them the “right” answer. However, truth to be told, it’s not something I can explain in simple terms. For me, it literally felt like I went to bed one night and woke up the next morning just knowing that medicine was what I wanted to do. And ever since then, I’ve been chasing, chasing, chasing. And that’s my truth. [Also, not related, but my Littmann Cardiology IV (black w/ a champagne finish) arrived and I cannot wait to put it to use 😎] #littmannstethoscope  #littmann  #littmanncardiologyiv  #cardiologyiv  #stethescope  #thisismywhy  #whymedicine  #premedstudent  #premedlife  #medstudentslife  #medicine  #chasingdreams  #goals  #futuremd  #futuredoctor 

From the corn rows of Indiana to the country music capital of the world, we showed these Brits a solid two weeks in the Midwest USA! 🇺🇸✨ We had to say some sad goodbyes today, but we’re grateful for the time we’ve had with our special international dental student friends! These world travelers aren’t finished with the United States quite yet as they are headed first to New Orleans and then touring some of California before they head back home to northern England! Safe travels friends, miss you already! 🇬🇧🇺🇸❤️

🌟Station of the week🌟 How would you approach this station in an OSCE? What are the key components you need to cover when consenting a patient? . #procedure  #NGT  #nasogastric  #osces  #osce  #study  #oscestudy  #medschool  #medstudent  #medstudents  #oscebank  #oscestation  #oscesonline  #medstudy  #medstudynotes  #medlife  #futuredoctor  #futuredoctors  #usmle  #mcat  #bmbs  #md  #medicalschool  #medicalstudents  #medicalexam  #medicalexams  #oscepractice  #oscegoat 

Happy to say that after four grueling months of studying, I'm now officially a medical student! This is just the beginning of the long ride ride ahead and I am so ready to take it on. More updates to come soon! 👨🏻‍⚕️ #FutureDoctor  #DrDaniel  . . . . . . P.S. I just got back from Florida so yes, expect a NEW vlog coming real soon to the YouTube channel!

Little throwback 🤽🏼‍♀️ to before I started getting sick and only really had one symptom to deal with. I didn’t really have much to worry about then, now that I think about it. All I cared about was graduating from college with high enough scores to get into medical school. I was going to the gym, lifting weights, dieting, getting up in the morning, dating, you name it. And I was actually happy with myself during that time. So much has changed. I would give anything to go back to this, but I know that I can’t. Perhaps I’m posting it as part of a reminder that I CAN still have a lot of those things, though, if I choose to work for them and not wallow in my misery all of the time, despite not ever being able to go back to pre-illness Summer! 💁🏻‍♀️💪🏼 • #throwback  #2016  #medicalschool  #medschool  #medicalstudent  #medstudent  #whitecoat  #mdtobe  #premed  #premedstudent  #doctortobe  #womeninmedicine  #aws  #futuresurgeon  #premedmotivation  #futuredoctor  #futurephysician  #womeninstem  #premedlife  #womeninhealthcare  #MD  #chronicillness  #chronicpain  #chronicfatigue  #invisibleillness  #spoonie  #undiagnosed  #blog  #blogger 

Congrats and good luck to everyone starting med school soon 🤗 Here’s a quote for the tough days ahead that you are more than your grades and your efforts will pay off. Don’t lose your compassion for competition, be kind to others instead of calculating, and pat yourself on the back for small achievements instead of beating yourself up over unaccomplished goals. Most importantly, take care of yourself because you can’t take care of others if you aren’t at your 100%. You got this!!! ✨ • • • #medschool  #medstudent  #study  #studygram  #inspo  #futuredoctor 

Hi friends! 🌞✌🏼⁠Little life update: summer ochem I & microbiome research 🧬⁠⠀ -⁠⠀ I know I keep saying "i'm back!" like I'm going to start consistently posting again. But then I just fall off the wagon with it because, well, life 😬 Exciting things are happening though! Remember in my last post how I canceled my EMT class, signed up for summer ochem, and decided I was going to focus on networking in the world of microbiome/GI/Celiac Disease?? Well, GUESS WHAT! It has officially worked out 😭😭 Next week, I will be starting as a research assistant with my *dream organization* at UCSD, focusing on gut microbiome research with an emphasis on the role that nutrition plays in its development. BEYOND STOKED! & so grateful 🙏🏼 If I can give any advice it's this cheesy but solid line: pursue the things that you're genuinely passionate about, don't just check off med school app boxes, and that ish will never feel like "work."⁠⠀ -⁠⠀ Also this summer ochem is like the quarter system on crack, but I'm secretly kinda sorta starting to love it (?!) It's a 5-week course which is absolutely mind-blowing, and it will be over in just two weeks!! Next stop: ochem II 😳

Case of a gestational age ectopic twin pregnancy. Ectopic pregnancy is a complication of pregnancy in which the embryo attaches outside the uterus. Signs and symptoms classically include abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding. Most ectopic pregnancies (90%) occur in the fallopian tube, which are known as tubal pregnancies. Implantation can also occur on the cervix, ovaries, or within the abdomen. Detection of ectopic pregnancy is typically by blood tests for human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) and ultrasound. This may require testing on more than one occasion. Ultrasound works best when performed from within the vagina. Other causes of similar symptoms include: miscarriage, ovarian torsion, and acute appendicitis. If bleeding has already occurred, surgical intervention may be necessary. However, whether to pursue surgical intervention is an often difficult decision in a stable patient with minimal evidence of blood clot on ultrasound. Surgeons use laparoscopy or laparotomy to gain access to the pelvis and can either incise the affected Fallopian and remove only the pregnancy (salpingostomy) or remove the affected tube with the pregnancy (salpingectomy).

In the midst of my post baptism joy, I realize that the hardest part is still ahead of me. Taking my sobriety and health seriously. Healthy body healthy mind. Of course I have wonderful examples to follow from my friends at Innate Chiropractic and my church family and pastor. #putGodfirst 🥰 #chiropracticisthebestmedicine  #getadjusted  #innatechiropractic  #teaminnateisthebombdotcom  #Godblessinnate  #thankyouteaminnate❤  #thankyouDrTyler❤ 🥰 #thankyouDrErik❤  #thankyouDrGreg❤  #thankyouDrAndrew❤  #thankingallthechirowives❤❤  #chiropracticassistantsareangelsindisguise❤  #recoveryfromaddiction🙌  #hardworkpaysoff  #livefree  #liveyourbestlife  #gratefulbeyondwords  #Godisgood🙏  #thisisjustthebeginning  #counselor  #Jesusgirl 🥰 #Hisdesireisherdesire❤  #futureDoctor  #Evangelist  #shewrites  #shesings  #shecooks  #vegan  #glutenfree 

Sitting Here At Work. Thinking about When Am I Gonna Get A Haircut & When Am I Going To Get Married ... Man Today, I'm in My Feelings...Sunday is My Favorite Day For Many Reasons...FAMILY is a Huge Reason... Soo Ready for A Serious Relationship... But I WILL WAIT ON THE LORD TO BEING IT FORTH... #ItSucksToBeSingle  #ReadyForASeriousTalk  #Relationship  #Marriage  #MassiveSuccess  #TrueLove  #Entrepreneur  #FutureDoctor  #FutureVP  #8StreamsofIncome  #TrustGOD  #OnAMission  #GODisWithYou  #Victorious  #InTheNameOfJesus  #ICallOnYouJesus  #Nurse 

@cariboucoffee  getting me through physical therapy school! Hey caribou, send more my way!❤️🙌🏼 #coffee  #love  #cariboucoffee  #upnorth  #favorite  #sendmemore  #please  #studentlife  #futuredoctor  #love 

Highkey about to turn my instagram into a premed account/blog…now. LET’S TALK RESEARCH. . . 1.Hey I’m Remi and welcome to my instagram. On this account I will be taking you guys through my premed journey. Today, we’re going to discuss research. . How do you get involved with research in the first place? . . 2.The easiest way to get involved with research is to simply find a professor in the science department and ask them if you can join their lab. Make sure you do this early on in the semester because often times research labs have a limited number of spots. . How did I get my research hours done? (OPTION 1) . . 3.I was really fortunate and joined a first year student research class during my first semester at Pepperdine. In this class I learned research methods and designed/completed/presented a project with a research group. The scope of work that we focused on was microbiology, specifically identifying sources of contamination in Malibu Lagoon and Legacy Park by using methods such as PCR and 16s rRNA sequencing. (this project was continued in the spring semester) . What are other ways of getting involved with research? (OPTION 2) . . 4.Another way of getting involved with research is to apply for a research grant and write a proposal. I applied for a research grant for this past summer and I received the grant. The scope of work that I focused on was cell biology. The research that I did during the academic year vs.the research that I did this summer was completely different. During the school year you are most likely taking your med school prereqs plus some GE’s: so the professor you are working with will be understanding of that and will most likely not expect you to dedicate tons of time to the research. When you are fulfilling a research grant you are basically working a full-time job. Sometimes I was in the lab till midnight and some mornings I had to get to the lab at 6 a.m. and work a full day. . Which way is better? . . 5.Both methods that I mentioned are great ways of fulfilling your research hours. I don’t recommend one way over another. The premed journey is about exploring and understanding which things you like and what you are capable of!

So proud of my soon to be 11th grader Kyla as she starts her summer program today @university_of_miami_hurricanes.  It's a great opportunity for her to live on campus, go to classes and get that college life experience while still in high school. So proud of the young lady your becoming. #prouddad  ##smartgirls  #futuredoctor 

In the United States, there are about 160 deaths from silicosis each year. In most cases, silicosis is found in people who were exposed to silica before the 1980s, and who are now over the age of 50.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #topicreview  #medstudents  #medstudent  #meded  #medicalstudent  #medicalstudents  #medstudies  #medstudy  #medicine  #mbbs  #medlife  #lecturio  #usmle  #learnwithlecturio  #medicalstudentslife  #digitalhealth  #disease  #university  #usmleprep  #bestoftheday  #healthy  #photooftheday  #futuredoc  #futuredoctor 

Sometimes we need some individual help with difficult lessons. School can get tough but don’t let yourself fall too far behind! Pride can get in the way of us admitting that we might nit be able to grasp everything but we need to learn how to overcome that. There is no shame in admitting that you need help. In fact, it makes you a better student. Seek clarification whenever you need to stay or get back on track! #futuremed  #medicalschool  #surgeon  #medicalstudent  #futurenurse  #pharmacist  #selfreflection  #habits  #studentnurse  #medlife  #premed  #nclex  #nurseproblems  #nursingschoolproblems  #nursingstudent  #physicianassistant  #futuredoctor  #ernurse  #fitnurse  #nursesofinstagram  #scrublife  #nursesrock  #clinicals  #registerednurse  #nightnurse  #becomingadoctor  #rnlife  #nurseslife  #icu  #nursinglife 

The shop is getting an update soon! I spy some new designs 👀

We're packing our bags this weekend and heading out to the 24th World Scout Jamboree to share our passion for podiatric medicine! Watch this week and next for fun pictures and stories from our 25 volunteer DPMs, College Faculty and Staff, and our industry partners from West Virginia! We can't thank Drs Bruce Blank (OH), Robb Mothershed (NC) and Jason Harrill (AZ) enough for their incredible leadership on this project! Go Team Podiatric Medicine! #DiscoverPodiatricMedicine  #IChosePodiatry  #MCAT  #MCATPrep  #PreMed  #PreMedLife  #FutureDoctor  #FutureDoctors  #Medicine  #medicalschool  #blackmeninwhitecoats  #Ilooklikeasurgeon  #postbac  #physician  #surgeon  #FootAndAnkle  #whitecoat  #worldscoutjamboree2019 

All smiles for Valli during vaccine clinic @tuftsvet  🐶. He’s all set for the summer and I’m ready for a nap - it has been a long, productive 3 weeks on our internal medicine rotation 💪🏼😴 ▫️ Clinics, and really anything worth working towards in life, can be difficult. But that doesn’t mean you can’t do it. Read this post (@merckmanuals ) about being the frog and hopping through any challenge you’re presented with. 🐸 http://vetstudentstories.merckmanuals.com/stressed-in-class-or-on-clinics-be-the-frog/ ▫️ 📸: @nick_iapoce 

Legs + London Fog lattes 💫 Week 3 and I'm already cramming 🤷🏽‍♀️ ______________________ #study  #gradschool  #futuredoctor  #futurechiropractor  #biochem  #lattes  #drinklocal  #eatlocal  #spillthebeans  #cramming  #studybreak  #reusereducerecycle  #almondmilklatte 

Todos conocemos a alguien que, lamentablemente, sufre de #migraña , o #jaqueca  🤯. Si no conoces a nadie, posiblemente seas tú quien la padezca 😅. ¡Uff! 💥. Este dolor repentino e intenso puede estar precedido o acompañado de síntomas visuales 👁, neurológicos 🧠 y gastrointestinales 🔄, que varían en cada paciente 🙋🏻‍♂️. En la actualidad, sus desencadenantes son muy difíciles de identificar 🔍, sin embargo, los más frecuentes pueden ser: herencia, edad, #estrés  y #ansiedad , hormonas y falta o exceso de sueño 🚫😴. Por supuesto, es un padecimiento donde la alimentación 🍎 y los horarios de las comidas ⏱ juegan un papel trascendental en el manejo y tratamiento de sus síntomas 👩🏼‍🏫. Síguenos: @lacortezamedica  ▫️ ▫️ #med  #medicina  #educación  #mediatud  #medio  #médico  #medida  #surgeon  #surgery  #doktor  #stoctor  #enfermera  #hemsire  #nurse  #anestezist  #anestezi  #futuredoctor  #hastane  #cirugía  #paramédica  #paramédica  #hospital  #emergencia 

Happy Sunday 💕 - My story saw it first, but I submitted my medical school apps last week! It seemed surreal pressing submit and being one step closer to achieving my dreams. - Sometimes, things don’t always go as you had planned. If you had asked Freshman year Jen about finishing college, she would not have thought for a second of college being more than 4 years. Senior Jen graduated in her 6th year. There was a lot of stuff that happened during that time and, looking back, I’m thankful. I was able to reflect on some of that life experience in my personal statement for medical school and it also taught me some valuable lessons. As cliche as it sounds, things DO happen for a reason. - I also took a class in college about the Life Course. I learned how this course is currently changing because people are living longer so the pressure to have things “done” by a certain age isn’t as crazy. The average age of a first year graduate student is increasing. - It’s okay to not have the perfect life course. Keep moving forward and pay attention to some of the life lessons along the way. - That’s all I have for you today. This shirt is one of my faves and is from @alphapackfitness  go check out their major BOGO sale that ends tonight! If you miss the sale my code “Jen10” will save you some $$. But seriously ... don’t sleep on this sale. Have a great day ❤️

بدي ياك تعرف يا قلبي بأنك صرت جزء من قلبي ❤❤❤❤#novelist  #futuredoctor  #adonis  #instamusic  #romancequotes #live  #love  #music  #alternativemusic  #lover 

𝓦𝓲𝓷𝓮, 𝓑𝓻𝓾𝓼𝓬𝓱𝓮𝓽𝓽𝓪𝓼 & 𝓢𝓶𝓲𝓵𝓮𝓼! ....................🍷...............🍞...................😁.... Have any questions❓Message me ‼️ Personal Pg | Follow @PunnyDentist  👨‍⚕️🦷❤️👌 ⚕ ⚕ ⚕ #DentalLyfe  #ATSU  #ASDOH  #SMILE  #Smiles  #OralHealth  #DMD  #Dentistry  #Dentist  #DentalCare  #DentalStudent  #DentalClinic  #DentistryLife  #DentalSchool  #DentalStudentThread  #StudentsOfDentistry  #DentistsOfInsta  #FutureDentists  #FutureDoctor  #FixedProsthodontics  #ToothPreparation  #HollywoodSmile  #CosmeticDentistry  #Odontologiaestetic  #Teeth  #WineTasting  #Wine  #Bruschetta  #Burschettas  #BlessedWithTheBest 

if you have to study, you might as well do it with a view 🌟

(نبذة عن كتابي الجديد) ....(a Quote from my new book)#الانسان  بيانايت #novelist  #futuredoctor  #newbook  #neubucher #writer  #instapen  #dailyquotes  #autor  💖💖💖💖

When I was interviewing for my residency, I visited one program where I was ushered in to sit at the end of a long interview table. There were 12 starched white coated professor looking types, all men, gathered around the sterile appearing white table. All looking intently at me, staring at me over their reading glasses. As soon as I walked in the room, I knew it wasn’t the place for me. But the place is well known for its amazing academic excellence and I’m sure some of you probably even went there. Then I went to another residency program and as I was touring the hospital, I saw one of the community practice attendings go into a patient’s room wearing a floral shirt, shorts, and sneakers. I might not wear shorts to work, but hey, I liked the attitude! What’s your own dress code?

ما في شي بينقال امام جمال هل كلمات 😍❤❤❤#novelist  #futuredoctor  #music  #alternativemusic  #arabicmusic  #love  #live  #romanticquotes💕  #dailyquotes  #quitemood  #exlover  #loveislove🌈 

Medical history! This iconic photo from 1950 shows nurses and doctors treating patients using iron lungs in a polio ward. . Polio is a devastating virus that attacks the nervous system and can lead to paralysis, disability, and death. Thanks to a vaccine program in the 1960s, Polio has been eradicated from the developed world. There is still no cure for polio though - it can only be prevented through vaccination. The polio vaccine can protect a child for life. Polio remains a problem in Nigeria, Afghanistan, and Pakistan according to @who.  . One of the major breakthroughs was the invention of the iron lung, a body-encasing machine that fills the lungs with air by forcing the chest to rise. Physicians who treated people in the acute, early states of the disease saw that many patients were unable to breath when the viruses action paralyzed the muscles involved in inspiration and expiration. Nothing worked well until 1927, when Philip Drinker and Louis Agassiz Shaw at Harvard University devised a version of a tank respirator that could maintain respiration artificially until a person could breathe independently, usually after one or two weeks. The machine was powered by an electric motor with two vacuum cleaners. The pump changed the pressure inside a rectangular, airtight metal box, pulling air in and out of the lungs! . Did you find this interesting? Tag a friend and share this medical history lesson! 👨🏽‍⚕️👩🏽‍⚕️

El síndrome de Bart es una enfermedad genética caracterizada por la ausencia localizada de piel (presente al nacer), ampollas en la piel y cambios en las uñas. La enfermedad tiende a ocurrir en partes del cuerpo sujetas a fricción y trauma (pies, manos, brazos y piernas). Actualmente, hay varias opciones de tratamiento clínico disponibles para esta afección, y es muy importante minimizar el trauma y la fricción durante la manipulación del paciente. Se debe dar preferencia a los vendajes no adherentes que no necesitan ser cambiados diariamente, para que la curación sea más eficiente. Síguenos: @lacortezamedica  ▫️ ▫️ #med  #medicina  #educación  #mediatud  #medio  #médico  #medida  #surgeon  #surgery  #doktor  #stoctor  #enfermera  #hemsire  #nurse  #anestezist  #anestezi  #futuredoctor  #hastane  #cirugía  #paramédica  #paramédica  #hospital  #emergencia 

Not a bad place for a study break 📖

Anyone else look at pictures of their kids on the rare miraculous occasion that all three of them and daddy is sleeping for most of the afternoon?? ✋🏻 . #theseeverydaymoments  #raremomentsinhistory 

💥 Launching this week... the Arora Online Academy . . 👨‍💻👩‍💻📱 Focused, digital online courses to use on phone, tablet or laptop, wherever you are in the world... . . 🙌 Let’s change the way you pass your exams... . . #CanPassWillPass  #iwentwitharora  #FOAMed  #medicaleducation  #meded  #gptrainee  #gptraining  #plab  #plab1  #plab2  #mbbs  #instadoc  #medicalexam  #medicalschool  #medschool  #medschoollife  #medicalstudent  #medicalstudents  #medstudent  #futuredoctor  #juniordoctor  #medico  #medicos  #premed  #nurse  #USMLE  #neet  #medic  #doctortobe  #doctor 

You need to be selfish as a leader. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The past couple of weeks I feel like I’ve had a huge weight on my shoulders. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I believed that the roles I play outweighed my personal needs. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In this community of ambitious individuals, we are leaders. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ And we’re used to planning for achievement. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ But success isn’t only what you accomplish or possess. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It’s about enjoyment and fulfillment —how you feel about your life. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ As leaders, it’s easy to focus on reaching the next big goal and lose sight of the bigger picture. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Leadership is all consuming. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It can either crush you or force you to get stronger. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ There is no in between. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Give yourself permission to put YOU first. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ When your resilience and tenacity are priority, you’ll have the strength to give even more. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ How do you put yourself first? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷 @kristaleephotos 

❌Post wdrażający po dłuższej przerwie❌ Cześć, zdjęcia te są „przedsmakiem” tego co przepełniało moje życie przez ostatni rok. Tak w skrócie : ✅ nauka pod poprawę matury (oczywiście biologia i chemia bo jakże inaczej XD) ✅ praca w transporcie sanitarno-medycznym ✅ praca przy zabezpieczeniach medycznych (od imprez masowych, poprzez małe koncerty, skończywszy na małych imprezach w różnych zakątkach polski) ✅ rozwijanie swoich „horyzontów” (czytałam dość sporo książek poradnikowo-rozwijających przez co mój światopogląd i podejście do pewnych spraw znacząco się zmieniło, oczywiście w pozytywnym kierunku 😉) ❌ Kolejność ta nie jest przypadkowa, bardzo chcę rozwinąć Wam te powyższe kwestie w najbliższym czasie ☺️☺️☺️ Jeśli macie jakiekolwiek pytania to proszę o wiadomość na priv 😘🥰 #studygram  #studymotivation  #studygrampl  #biology  #biologia  #chemistry  #chemia  #biolchem  #matura  #matura2019  #matura2020  #futuredoctor  #futuremed 

هذه #الصورة  التقطت لي في #العصور_الوسطى  لوسطى من قبل #الذكاء_الاصطناعي  😂😂😂 لكل من يمتهن #الرسم  في السنوات القادمة سينتهي هذا الامر اصحاب #التصوير  #الفوتوغرافي  كذلك ابحثوا عن مهنة أخرى شركة انفيديا تطور برنامج يتيح لهم اخد صورة واقعية للطبيعة بخربشات بالفأرة المهن الاخرى كذلك ستنقرض علينا ان نتعايش مع هذه الاوضاع لانها ستأتي لا محالة #instagood  #faceapp  #aiportraits  #drawing  #deepface  #arts  #portrait  #cool  #ai  #photo  #strongai  #artist  #artificailintelligence  #art_empire  #instagramers  #videos  #biographies  #futuredoctor  #westworld  #dubai  #technologies  #iphone  #huwaei 

It's easy to take the way you think, or have been trained to think, for granted. Prior to reading Roger L. Martin's "The Opposable Mind" and its follow-up "Creating Great Choices", I didn’t realize that my tendency to take a broad view of a problem, instinct to create alternatives when presented with two opposing choices, and refusal to think in terms of trade-offs has a name: integrative thinking. These books helped me understand why I had struggled to learn software engineering: it’s a discipline that is literally based on binary, begins with simplifying a problem, and requires making trade-offs. This approach to problem-solving also has a name: computational thinking . Learning other approaches to thinking and problem-solving — model thinking, systems thinking, design thinking — has expanded my cognitive toolkit, improved my ability to learn skills that don't come naturally to me, and increased my empathy. Now, whenever I want to learn a new discipline or understand what makes someone tick, I ask myself: How do they think? What mental models do they use? What gaps or biases do they have as a result of that thinking? And what habits of mind should I adopt? . So, when I decided to become a doctor, this was the first book I bought. Based on the introduction, it's going to be an excellent crash course on how doctors approach problems, why that sometimes fails for patients, and how they can think more effectively . Since my last surgery, I've been trying to figure out what distinguishes excellent doctors from mediocre ones. If my personal experience is any indication, it has nothing to do with education or years of experience. The best surgeon I’ve had went to a standard medical school and has the least experience. The worst went to a prestigious school and has the most . The psychologist K. Anders Ericsson would argue becoming a top performer requires deliberate practice, the intentional and systematic improvement of a particular skill. If that's true, what would that look like in medicine? Hopefully, this book will help me find out. I'll share what I find after finishing . . . #futuredoctor  #medicine  #deliberatepractice  #onepercentbetter  #bookstagram 

During a post-op appointment with my endometriosis surgeon in March, it hit me: I want to become a doctor. As he walked me through the surgery, explained how he had discovered endometrial cancer, and outlined my options, all I could think about was when I would apply to medical school and if I should ask to shadow him now, or later. I wanted to understand the disease that had slowly wrecked my career, finances, and relationships over three years and its connection, if any, to gynecologic cancers, prevent other women from ending up in the same situation, and gain the expertise and skills I would need to help those who did. And I was inspired by my surgeon's rare combination of excellence and empathy. Meeting him showed me what I could become. But I dismissed the thought. For years, I had steadily gained skills in UX design and software development, with the intention of working in tech. Besides, most of the problems I found in healthcare were design problems. Why change directions? I decided a career in medicine wasn't for me and went home. A few months later, I watched two Stanford Medicine X presentations, “Creating Health in the 21st Century through Design-Led Education" from @drbonku  and “Design Thinking Inside Out" from @doctorasdesigner.  My mind was blown. A rigorous medical school that teaches design to future physicians? Physicians who are using design to solve problems in healthcare? A medical community that is increasingly embracing design and systems thinking? Yes, please! After watching those talks and researching the programs at @jeffersonuniv  and @dellmedschool , I knew I could do it. I could have a career at the intersection of medicine and design. I could become an excellent physician without losing my creativity and I might actually become excellent because of it The night before cancer surgery, I resolved to apply for post-bacc pre-med programs after recovery and treatment The road to medical school will be long, but I couldn't be more excited. (One sign you're truly committed to pursuing a career is when you know how difficult it will be — and you do it anyway). 🔗s in bio. #futuredoctor  #designthinking  #medicine  #medicalschool