Category Archives: General Surviving Tips

Hints for Remembering Better

Understand thoroughly what is to be remembered and/or memorized Spot what is to be memorized verbatim. It is a good plan to use a special marking symbol in text and notebook to indicate parts and passages, rules, data, and all … Continue reading

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Transition from Second year to Third year Medical Life!

There are many reasons to celebrate being a third-year medical student. Medicine becomes more practical and hands-on; there are no more endless lectures packed with information. You get to “play doctor” and meet the patients you read about in the … Continue reading

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10 Mistakes made in Clinical Rotation

During the clinical rotations, we notice that a resident tends to commit these following mistakes which are avoidable and thus making the resident more effective in both knowledge and relationships. Hence my advice for young doctors: 1. Arguing with a … Continue reading

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Significance of Medical Student’s Health?

It is important that medical students are aware that their own poor health may put patients and colleagues at risk. Good Medical Practice requires doctors to seek and follow advice from a suitably qualified professional about their health. This is … Continue reading

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The teachers I have had in medical school

Often wondered about this Ideal teacher!!! The best teachers I have had in medical school… …let me see patients on my own …actually listened to me present details and ideas …paged me when there were interesting procedures to watch …told … Continue reading

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Working with Colleagues

Medical students need to be able to work effectively with colleagues inside and outside of healthcare in order to deliver a high standard of care and to ensure patient safety. Doctors and students must develop skills to work in multi-disciplinary … Continue reading

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How to Maintain Good Medical Practice?

Answer: 1. Students must be aware of their responsibility to maintain their knowledge and skills throughout their careers. 2. Students are expected to keep up to date and to apply the knowledge necessary for good clinical care. They should understand … Continue reading

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