I just spent an incredible month on elective at a Family Medicine clinic in my community. The clinic is comprised of 6 family doctors, some of whom have been practicing for over 30 years and who had a wealth of experience to share. The clinic also has several specialists who visit at regular intervals. IContinue reading “Clerkship Updates: Family Medicine Elective”
The summer is just flying by! I had a wonderful month of vacation in July. The highlight was a trip to West Virginia to visit my cousin and his family. We were so touched by their hospitality. They totally spoiled us! The 12-hour drive from Quebec to West Virginia was spectacular. We took the scenicContinue reading “Summer Vacation Updates…and the Start of 4th year!”
Photo credit: Rock spotted in the Laurentians by potentialdoctor.com
As we were driving from a friend’s house this evening, we came across this beautiful sight a few minutes from our home. Beautiful Canada Geese singing in chorus on a lake, likely taking a break from their southward migration for the winter. I couldn’t help stopping to take it all in!
Fall is without a doubt my favorite season. The scorching heat and humidity of summer starts to taper off, the mornings become cool and refreshing and the colors of the leaves turn into a breathtaking array of stunning beauty. I never cease to be amazed year after year! Featured Image: Saint Lazare, Quebec by potentialdoctor.com
It’s official! I am done with the second year of school and officially half-way through medical school! The past few months have been a whirlwind of activity as I completed my rotations in Surgery, Anesthesia, Ophthalmology and Radiology! This was definitely the most challenging block for me in terms of schedule and the overall demandsContinue reading “Second Year of Medical School…Done!”
A few readers have asked me to post some more pictures from our trip to Kenya. I would be more than happy to! Enjoy!
This week was refreshing as we started the final block of the Fundamentals of Medicine: The Nervous System and Human Behavior. The previous block (Reproduction) was surprisingly one of the most challenging blocks for me due to the sensitive nature of some of the topics such as complications in pregnancy. It was difficult to listenContinue reading “Year 2 Reflections…Challenges Make Us Stronger”
One of the things I love most about where we live is getting to experience beautiful sunsets, particularly after fresh snow has fallen and the pink-purple rays of the sun cast a magnificent contrast to the gleaming white flakes of snow. I took these pictures from our dining room last night as my family andContinue reading “Glorious Sunset”
I am now well into my second month of medical school. I am happy to have passed my first exam and am about half-way through the second block which covers the topic of respiration. I have really enjoyed my anatomy and histology labs and find that this ties in nicely to the lecture material whichContinue reading “Month 2 of Medical School…and the Beauty of Fall”