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Theres SO MUCH to learn in medicine, how do we learn it all?!?
Comment your strategy below!
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The truth is we can’t… BUT, my answer to “how do we learn the MOST” is simple. It used to be “read more” was the answer but in the digital age of medicine, here are my 4 areas that I attack to grow my medical knowledge.
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1- Watch more! We live in a digital age where there is amazing free content on @youtube and @Instagram . You can watch a lecture, see a procedure or study a rare disorder or physical exam finding all from the comfort of your couch. Take 5 minutes out of your @netflix time to watch something medically educational and you will be shocked how much of a difference this makes.
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2- Read more. It still holds true. I like to be selective. Reading takes precious time and I admit I am not the fastest reader. For Emergency Medicine, I like to read @emresidents magazines which summarize the latest in EM. I also check out one journal and pick an article I find interesting and read that. Although the published articles are often beyond my level of medicine now, they are great discussion pieces to learn from with your attendings.
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3-  Do More. This one is easy. Any chance you get to practice manual skills do it. Got access to sim? Even better! Practice your IV’s, ultrasounds, central lines and intubations. If you do have “sim” practice cases. It’s much better to realize you don’t know what to do next in front of a robot than a real patient. This practice time goes a long way when you have a really sick patient that is crashing in front of you.
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4- Ask more. This is so key. None of the above works without humility. Be humble enough to know what you don’t know. It’s okay. If you knew everything then we wouldn’t have training. Don’t be afraid to ask for help or say I don’t know. NO ONE will fault you for it and if they do, it’s shame on them not you. We learn by making mistakes and asking for help so don’t be afraid to do just that!
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Theres SO MUCH to learn in medicine, how do we learn it all?!? Comment your strategy below! 🗯 The truth is we can’t… BUT, my answer to “how do we learn the MOST” is simple. It used to be “read more” was the answer but in the digital age of medicine, here are my 4 areas that I attack to grow my medical knowledge. 💥 1- Watch more! We live in a digital age where there is amazing free content on @youtube and @Instagram . You can watch a lecture, see a procedure or study a rare disorder or physical exam finding all from the comfort of your couch. Take 5 minutes out of your @netflix time to watch something medically educational and you will be shocked how much of a difference this makes. 💥 2- Read more. It still holds true. I like to be selective. Reading takes precious time and I admit I am not the fastest reader. For Emergency Medicine, I like to read @emresidents magazines which summarize the latest in EM. I also check out one journal and pick an article I find interesting and read that. Although the published articles are often beyond my level of medicine now, they are great discussion pieces to learn from with your attendings. 💥 3- Do More. This one is easy. Any chance you get to practice manual skills do it. Got access to sim? Even better! Practice your IV’s, ultrasounds, central lines and intubations. If you do have “sim” practice cases. It’s much better to realize you don’t know what to do next in front of a robot than a real patient. This practice time goes a long way when you have a really sick patient that is crashing in front of you. 💥 4- Ask more. This is so key. None of the above works without humility. Be humble enough to know what you don’t know. It’s okay. If you knew everything then we wouldn’t have training. Don’t be afraid to ask for help or say I don’t know. NO ONE will fault you for it and if they do, it’s shame on them not you. We learn by making mistakes and asking for help so don’t be afraid to do just that! 💥 -Adam . . . #medicalstudent #medstudent #medicalschool #mbbsstudent #studygram #paschoolproblems #pastudent #nursingschool #premed #premedstudent #medschool #medschoollife ...

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Clinical Skills ~

Medical school is four years long. During the first two years, we study the sciences and diseases. During third year, medical students “rotate” through the main medical specialties for 6 weeks each. This is done in hospitals and clinics with patients. Other than shadowing and free clinics, most med students do not interact with patients until then!

So, the idea of clinical skills is to prepare us! But, rather than let us make mistakes on real patients, we practice on standardized patients (SP’s) who are paid to let us do exams on them.

During our first clinical skills check off this week, I entered a patients room (remember, the rooms look exactly like exam rooms but they are in our school and the patients are actors) and introduced myself as a medical student.

I then took my SP’s pulse, respiratory rate, and blood pressure! Easy enough! But, remember I was being watched and graded lol.

Next, I performed the cardiovascular exam!

I began by palpitating the carotid artery (in the neck) and then auscultating — first feel the pulse then listen with stethoscope. Next I palpated the four areas of the heart in the chest for vibrations (if the patient is healthy you should feel nothing.) I then auscultated all four spots, checked for the S2 split, and compared with the carotid. Moved onto auscultating the aorta, renal arteries, and iliac arteries — should hear nothing if healthy. Then, checked hands for temp and color.

I then moved onto the lower half! I began with palpating the femoral arteries bilaterally (this is VERY hard to do because it’s deep and medial) and then auscultated. I also checked for a lag in the femoral artery with the radial pulse. Went down to the feel and checked the anterior tibia and dorsal pedis arteries in the ankle/feet. Checked the feet for color and temperature, measured capillary refill, and checked for edema.

It’s a lot to remember but it’s pretty easy with practice! I did miss one point on my check off because I only checked for edema in one leg oops 🤫🤪 Overall, it was lots of fun! Can’t wait for my first OSCE!
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ALSO CAN WE TALK ABOUT THIS GORGEOUS @medelita_gram WHITE COAT THAT I WON 🤩🤩.

Clinical Skills ~ Medical school is four years long. During the first two years, we study the sciences and diseases. During third year, medical students “rotate” through the main medical specialties for 6 weeks each. This is done in hospitals and clinics with patients. Other than shadowing and free clinics, most med students do not interact with patients until then! So, the idea of clinical skills is to prepare us! But, rather than let us make mistakes on real patients, we practice on standardized patients (SP’s) who are paid to let us do exams on them. During our first clinical skills check off this week, I entered a patients room (remember, the rooms look exactly like exam rooms but they are in our school and the patients are actors) and introduced myself as a medical student. I then took my SP’s pulse, respiratory rate, and blood pressure! Easy enough! But, remember I was being watched and graded lol. Next, I performed the cardiovascular exam! I began by palpitating the carotid artery (in the neck) and then auscultating — first feel the pulse then listen with stethoscope. Next I palpated the four areas of the heart in the chest for vibrations (if the patient is healthy you should feel nothing.) I then auscultated all four spots, checked for the S2 split, and compared with the carotid. Moved onto auscultating the aorta, renal arteries, and iliac arteries — should hear nothing if healthy. Then, checked hands for temp and color. I then moved onto the lower half! I began with palpating the femoral arteries bilaterally (this is VERY hard to do because it’s deep and medial) and then auscultated. I also checked for a lag in the femoral artery with the radial pulse. Went down to the feel and checked the anterior tibia and dorsal pedis arteries in the ankle/feet. Checked the feet for color and temperature, measured capillary refill, and checked for edema. It’s a lot to remember but it’s pretty easy with practice! I did miss one point on my check off because I only checked for edema in one leg oops 🤫🤪 Overall, it was lots of fun! Can’t wait for my first OSCE! . . . ALSO CAN WE TALK ABOUT THIS GORGEOUS @medelita_gram WHITE COAT THAT I WON 🤩🤩 ...

Estoy muuuy feliz por poder mostrarles un poco del proceso..!! esto es un dibujo que hice hace minutos atrás..! Me llevo como 30 segundos hacer el boceto.. y como 10 minutos aproximadamente pasarlo a limpio.😁🙌🏻
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Estoy muuuy feliz por poder mostrarles un poco del proceso..!! esto es un dibujo que hice hace minutos atrás..! Me llevo como 30 segundos hacer el boceto.. y como 10 minutos aproximadamente pasarlo a limpio.😁🙌🏻 . . . #art #artist #artwork #drawing #draws #dibujos #dibujosalapiz #fabercastell #medicina #medicalstudent #anatomy #anatomydrawing #anatomyart #newpost #likes ...

For motivation follow⬇️ @doctor_motivation_3🤗
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#medicalmotivation #motivationalquotesforstudents 
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Never, ever give up on your dream of becoming a doctor. Read the rest of this @asburyparkpress story here: https://eu.app.com/story/news/local/people/2019/09/16/lyme-disease-doctor-jill-konowich-little-silver/2229357001/  #mondaymotivation #inspirational #inspiring #lymedisease #lyme #futuredoctor #whitecoat #futuremd #premed #premedmotivation #success #premedlife #medstudent #medschool #medical #medicalstudent #newjersey.

Never, ever give up on your dream of becoming a doctor. Read the rest of this @asburyparkpress story here: https://eu.app.com/story/news/local/people/2019/09/16/lyme-disease-doctor-jill-konowich-little-silver/2229357001/ #mondaymotivation #inspirational #inspiring #lymedisease #lyme #futuredoctor #whitecoat #futuremd #premed #premedmotivation #success #premedlife #medstudent #medschool #medical #medicalstudent #newjersey ...

Can you name the disease? ¿Puedes decirme el nombre de la enfermedad que lo provoca? 
Puoi dirmi il nome di questa malattia? .
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Can you name the disease? ¿Puedes decirme el nombre de la enfermedad que lo provoca? Puoi dirmi il nome di questa malattia? . . . . . . . . . . . #cirugia #cirug ía #medical #trauma #traumatology #medicina #hospital #clinic #clinical #surgeon #surgery #abdomen #nurse #enfermera #medicine #doctor #medicalstudent #emergencia #er #chirurgia #disease ...

Mnemonics make Easy!! 𝐁𝐄𝐓𝐀 𝐁𝐋𝐎𝐂𝐊𝐄𝐑 𝐒𝐈𝐃𝐄 𝐄𝐅𝐅𝐄𝐂𝐓𝐒 ———— 𝐁𝐀𝐋𝐃 𝐅𝐈𝐒𝐇 🐠 
𝐁ronco construction/Bradycardia 
𝐀rrhythmia 
𝐋ethargy 
𝐃isturbance in Glucose metabolism 
𝐅atigue 
𝐈nsomnial
𝐒exual dysfunction
𝐇ypotension

#PharmaMnemonics #PharmaWorldToday  #medstudents #nursingstudent  #pharmacist  #easy #medicine #betablockers #drugs #medicalstudent.

Mnemonics make Easy!! 𝐁𝐄𝐓𝐀 𝐁𝐋𝐎𝐂𝐊𝐄𝐑 𝐒𝐈𝐃𝐄 𝐄𝐅𝐅𝐄𝐂𝐓𝐒 ———— 𝐁𝐀𝐋𝐃 𝐅𝐈𝐒𝐇 🐠 𝐁ronco construction/Bradycardia 𝐀rrhythmia 𝐋ethargy 𝐃isturbance in Glucose metabolism 𝐅atigue 𝐈nsomnial 𝐒exual dysfunction 𝐇ypotension #PharmaMnemonics #PharmaWorldToday #medstudents #nursingstudent #pharmacist #easy #medicine #betablockers #drugs #medicalstudent ...

We're very excited to announce our Nursing Scholarship! 👩🏻‍⚕️👨🏽‍⚕️ 💓The application period is open today until 12/01/19 🙌🏼 Tag all your nurse friends! Link in bio to learn more! #AlegriaNurseLife
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We're very excited to announce our Nursing Scholarship! 👩🏻‍⚕️👨🏽‍⚕️ 💓The application period is open today until 12/01/19 🙌🏼 Tag all your nurse friends! Link in bio to learn more! #AlegriaNurseLife ‍ . . . . . #AlegriaNursingScholarship #NurseScholarship #nursingscholarship #scholarship #alegrianation #alegriashoes #happiness #comfynurseshoes #nurselife #nurseshoes #studentnurse #nursingstudent #scrublife #medicalstudent #nurseofinstagram #nursesrock #womeninmedicine #nurselife ...

WHO IS SHE? • She of 10 thousand names. • She is a goddess of foreign land, recognized throughout Semitic east Asia, Ethiopia, Somalia, and Libia. She was venerated as the Goddess of Byblos. She was the patroness of the Sinai mines. She was associated with turquoise, gold, copper, and malachite. Egyptians crushes the malachite to use as eye makeup, which also had healing powers fighting off eye infections. Children were visited by the Seven Hathor’s at child birth and read their fate & fortune. Her priestesses were dancers, wives of Egyptian leaders as well as royalty in their own right. They had tattoos on their abdomen symbolizing the power of women. •
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Sunday Services at the Goddess Temple of Orange County @goddesstempleoc includes beautiful herstory lessons of Goddess and their cultural influence by teacher, animal rights activist and Goddess woman, Ava Park. Women are invited to gather, as they have done since the beginning to join circle and channel wisdom to create a better world. •  The Museum of Woman in Irvine @museumofwomanoc is home to a beautiful exhibit known as the Egyptian room and the Queen altar. As a reader, medium, seer, teacher - you could rent the Egyptian to visit with clients. The Museum of Woman is open to all, with many different exhibits dedicated to the archetypes of women. • .
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The Temple of Hathor in Dendera, Egypt, is the best preserved temple in all of Egypt. It is the largest and most preserved impressive complex. There is a sanitarium in the complex where visitors would come to be healed by water made holy by having it poured into a statue with sacred texts. The Hymn to Hathor can be found in Her temple in Dendera. .
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Come support your Goddess community by inviting your sisters to visit and learn the true herstory of women’s spirituality. If you would like to schedule a visit with me at the @museumofwomanoc - I am available most Fridays. Ayurveda Consultations are with Appointment Only..

WHO IS SHE? • She of 10 thousand names. • She is a goddess of foreign land, recognized throughout Semitic east Asia, Ethiopia, Somalia, and Libia. She was venerated as the Goddess of Byblos. She was the patroness of the Sinai mines. She was associated with turquoise, gold, copper, and malachite. Egyptians crushes the malachite to use as eye makeup, which also had healing powers fighting off eye infections. Children were visited by the Seven Hathor’s at child birth and read their fate & fortune. Her priestesses were dancers, wives of Egyptian leaders as well as royalty in their own right. They had tattoos on their abdomen symbolizing the power of women. • . . . . Sunday Services at the Goddess Temple of Orange County @goddesstempleoc includes beautiful herstory lessons of Goddess and their cultural influence by teacher, animal rights activist and Goddess woman, Ava Park. Women are invited to gather, as they have done since the beginning to join circle and channel wisdom to create a better world. • The Museum of Woman in Irvine @museumofwomanoc is home to a beautiful exhibit known as the Egyptian room and the Queen altar. As a reader, medium, seer, teacher - you could rent the Egyptian to visit with clients. The Museum of Woman is open to all, with many different exhibits dedicated to the archetypes of women. • . . The Temple of Hathor in Dendera, Egypt, is the best preserved temple in all of Egypt. It is the largest and most preserved impressive complex. There is a sanitarium in the complex where visitors would come to be healed by water made holy by having it poured into a statue with sacred texts. The Hymn to Hathor can be found in Her temple in Dendera. . . Come support your Goddess community by inviting your sisters to visit and learn the true herstory of women’s spirituality. If you would like to schedule a visit with me at the @museumofwomanoc - I am available most Fridays. Ayurveda Consultations are with Appointment Only. ...