I’ve been emotional these past few weeks. Every single thing made me either sad, over joyeous or angry. Sometimes I wonder if I’m pregnant. *laughs* No, I’m not! Anyway, this roller coaster of emotions plus the stress caused by the virus and insomia, made things worse. It came to the point where I felt hopeless and thought that there’s no point in trying to make … Continue reading No Way!
It’s finally spring break! I couldn’t be happier! This and Christmas break are the only breaks that we get at the school because you know, students taking up bachelor degrees are immortals! Nah, it’s just that we’re adults already and we should do adult stuff like worrying about our future through our assignment. :)) Kidding! Well, it’s the Lenten week (season) so it’s holiday here. … Continue reading School Progress (an update)
One of the x-ray labs at SUS In the past few weeks, I was at my very first OJT at Stavanger University Hospital. I was assigned at the radiology department to take x-rays of patients coming back for a check up. The lab that I was assigned to during the first week is a big one and the most common examination is the pelvis and … Continue reading On-the-Job Training
This is an update on my post about the exam that I had on drug dosage calculation. Since this is just an exam, we are allowed to try again if we fail to get a score of 100% . I failed on my first attempt because I have an error on the last part of the exam which was to find the initial dosage of … Continue reading I Killed my Patient
Whenever I’m not at work, home and travelling, I’m definitely busy with my studies. Yes, I’m studying again. This time, it is relevant to my job experience (in health sector) and I can say that I’m thriving in this program. Thriving because when people ask me why I chose to take this course, I cannot help but talk about it with enthusiasm. Also, as I’ve … Continue reading Radiography