so far they haven't required him to come in in the middle of the night but he's stressed about his exams, i guess.he's kind of grumpy all the time and all we ever talk about is his work--was that with you too?“But making that transition is also one of the most rewarding parts of your medical career.You’re getting the chance to do what you set out to do. And that’s exciting.” Recognizing that intern year comes with a steep learning curve, Dr. Hoffman shares this advice with his new interns every year, in part because he believes it increases patient safety. Scheckel says he would make sure to not be so hard on himself the second time around.things will be better during his 4th year during his electives and after he matches.
“If you say, ‘Sam, can you give me 0.4 mg of Narcan,’ that nurse will know he’s been given the direct order.” Most residents will have several long-term projects to wrap up before finishing residency, such as quality improvement initiatives, research studies and online learning modules.It’s easy to put these projects off until later, especially in the chaotic first months of your training when you’re learning the layout of the hospital and the EHR system, Dr. However, he personally wishes he had set aside more time earlier in his residency to tackle these projects.Instead, he devoted significant time to them during his last year.It scares me because I can't tell if we're growing apart or if he's really JUST always studying/at the hospital and has no time to give to me. RWhow bout dinner, pick you up round 8ish :wink: seriously though, don't take it personal.it's medical school and your 2nd and 3rd years are uber busy.