Today I shadowed my first on call I actually enjoyed.
It was gynae.
It surprised me how many people come into A&E with gynae complaints. There's also a real variety in what's causing the complaints.
I just wish my rotation had the opportunity to get more obs and gynae clinical experience, as our opportunities are quite limited.
In a few weeks time (I can't remember the exact date), I'm being shipped off to a district general hospital for 3 weeks to get the chance to really immerse myself in obs and gynae. Although I'll miss the ferrets, and probably get pretty tired from the hard work, I'm really looking forward to it.
This could be a possible career choice for the future.
On the subject of the future I watched relocation down under. Wow. I really like the look of Australia (and not just because I'm addicted to neighbours). Does anyone know what the situation is like for doctors wanting to immigrate over there? How different is the training/hours?
Heard Around The Hospital: Father's Day
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