Tag: national university of singapore
the chronicles of a House Elf: my 5th month as a House Officer in Singapore + recovering from burnout + a welcome change in environment :)
Here’s the story about how I suffered from burnout as a junior doctor and my journey back to feeling okay again.
the chronicles of a House Elf: my 4th month as a House Officer in Singapore + mental health among junior doctors
In my 4th post in the House Officer/Elf series, I’ll be touching on mental health among junior doctors in Singapore
the chronicles of a House Elf: my 3rd month as a House Officer in Singapore + counting small blessings
I’m not sure how time can feel like it’s passing both slowly and quickly at the same time, or maybe my perception of time is just warped from chronic exhaustion, but either way, we’ve somehow passed the 3-month mark of Housemanship.
the chronicles of a House Elf: my 2nd month as a House Officer in Singapore + baby steps in mental resilience
As promised, here’s part 2 of my Life as a House Officer series. 2 months done and dusted, and I’m still alive!! I’ll try to post once a month, and if you don’t hear from me, it probably means I’ve passed away from being overworked in our insane 80 to 100-hour work weeks!
the chronicles of a House Elf: my first 1.5 months as a House Officer in Singapore + the harsh realities of being a junior doctor
how my first 1.5 months as a House Officer has been, and some reflections and self-care tips
The (not-so-definitive) guide to preparing for the YLLSoM/NUS MBBS
Tips on MBBS prep and an overview of the NUS MBBS (for juniors/M5s)
Life as a 5th Year NUS Medical Student (during COVID-19)
This is the final installment in my ‘Life as a medical student’ series, but fret not, you haven’t heard the last of me yet! Stay tuned for my ‘Life as a junior doctor’ series next :)
Life as a Final-Year Medical Student in Singapore during COVID-19
With all the chaos and disruption caused by COVID-19 over the past few months, I thought it’d be interesting and informative to write this post to share how this pandemic has affected medical students and our training.