My first “death encounter “as a medical student


The ones you’ve spent time with hit you the hardest. These deaths still hit me hard but I’ve learnt that I have no control over who lives and who doesn’t. God has the final say. We do the best we can, pray for our patients and let God do His part. It is important to remember that even though your patient died you are still alive. Life goes on. You have to live for the next patient who needs you. My first “death encounter “as a medical student Continue reading My first “death encounter “as a medical student

Day 280: The Knowing-Doing Gap. Knowing What To Do But Doing Something Different! But Why?


Among so many other possible reasons you haven’t chatted your paths is because you have bowed to procrastination. You realized, from nowhere that your are not ready and so you keep pushing what you were supposed to do today to … Continue reading Day 280: The Knowing-Doing Gap. Knowing What To Do But Doing Something Different! But Why?