Ophthalmologist, Optometrist, and Optician – so many O’s! Who is who? Who does what?
Millennial In Medicine - Angelica S. OD3
To say nursing school did not prepare me to work 40 different jobs is an understatement. I never thought I would be on my own, holding a patient’s hand so they weren’t alone when they passed. I never thought I would save someone’s life and be responsible for any subtle sign of deterioration, but then again, here we are.
Millennials In Medicine: Lindsey J. RN.
Take a break, don’t lose sight of who you are, do something that makes you happy and do it with all your might. Yes, you are a medical professional, just don’t forget everything else you are too!
Millennial In Medicine: Nicole F. 3rd Yr Dental Student
TeleMedicine does not negate the fact that you still need to see your doctor in person for various reasons that cannot be addressed over a Telemedicine appointment; However if patients have blood pressure monitors or thermometers you can collect vitals while the patient is in the comfort of their own home.
By Dr. Robinder B. MD MA CCFP ABFM
So you’ve taken your board exams, updated your CV with all your research, volunteer hours, and extracurricular activities, and narrowed down your selection to one, maybe two, specialties that you want to pursue. Now what?
Millennial In Medicine: Brian F.
Is it crazy to dream? Is preposterous to have goals and ambition and to accomplish them? Or have you ever been told “No this is not realistic for you”, “You can’t do this”, or maybe “the odds of you doing this is very slim”? Well, it is all I heard my whole life.
Millennial In Medicine: Adedeji O. 4th Year Medical Student.
“Why optometry?” It is the question I always get when people find out I am an optometry student. To be honest, I find it difficult to begin the explanation for my passion for the field, so I ask: “If you could only choose 1 of the 5 basic senses the human body has (smell, touch, taste, vision, hearing), which one would it be?”
Millennial In Medicine: Angelica C. Optometry Student
If your daughter, son, mother, father, friend, or fiance is graduating from medical school, it’s important to recognize their achievement. To save you the trouble of figuring it out yourself, here are some of the best medical school graduation gifts around.
At first nobody was taking the Coronavirus very seriously, however shortly after a few cases presented at my hospital the cardiothoracic floor that I’ve been assigned to at Northside Hospital was transformed into a dedicated Covid 19 facility.
Millennial In Medicine, Benjamin - First Year Cardiothoracic Nurse
Like many of you reading this, I have struggled with mental health challenges in my life. Perhaps the most important decision I made was to introduce myself to the gym, using it as a form of stress relief. I fell in love with the way I felt mentally, and the positive effect it had on my self esteem.
Millennial In Medicine: Amber G. RN, BScN
Everyone’s path is different. Other’s may not understand it, but they don’t have to; you don’t have to answer to anyone. I learned to stop comparing my journey to others or letting others compare their journey to mine.
Millennial In Medicine - Alexis Selli
The best advice I could give any parent interested in medicine is to gauge your own potential and desires before agreeing to others’ interpretation of them.
Millennial In Medicine: Lauren C.
Then as we go through our training we desire to become highly specialized and, at no fault of our own, begin unlearning what we spent all those earlier years reading, memorizing, and drilling into our minds.
Millennial In Medicine: Dr. Robinder B. M.D. M.A.
Live your dreams, travel the world, wear pajamas, wear sneakers, save lives, make money, post on the gram about it and meet people along your journey. Become a travel (registered) nurse!
Millennial In Medicine: Renard W.