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.
The (not-so-definitive) guide to surviving your clinical years
Here are some of my top tips for surviving your clinical years!
Singapore Med School FAQs: “Is Medicine right for me?” and other burning questions
Ever since the first article in this series, I’ve been receiving a lot of questions from my readers. So in this post, I’ve tried my best to cover the full scope of these questions to hopefully help y’all make a more informed decision about pursuing Medicine!
Life as a 1st Year NUS Medical Student
Maybe I’m googling wrongly, but there seems to be a dearth of information with regard to what life in NUS Med is like, which is why I’m attempting to write this post to give you a rough overview of what life as a first-year medical student is like.