Monday, February 12, 2018

It's ironic how patients where you see more 'interesting' stuff on the anterior eye that they also tend to be the ones where you can't fill your 'quotas' and normal stuff to practice on. Not going to reach my sem 1 quotas so probs try make it up in sem 2. It's just really a matter of 'luck' depending on your patients, and also supervisor if they allow you to do extra techniques. Less primary care clinics this week but can't do much and I have a feeling no LV...Most of the time you trek to uni to see a px, but I still really appreciate the learning environment since there's so much equipment to use and all the optoms are so smart.

Coco Cubano: mango and lime granita-$7.50

Trying not to be anti social so plugged on a drink which I can technically make at home. This was more on the sweet side. I remember having nicer drinks at the Parra one ages ago... Haven't been to the other side of the uni for so long, and didn't realise still so much construction going on. 

Having internals isn't too bad since you don't really start at 9am each day unlike next rotation with the private placement. Goodbye to brunch times and food adventures during the day. 

1 comment:

  1. Ah Coco Cubano, classic. I remember the time the G8s went there in Parramatta that time?

    'It's ironic how patients where you see more 'interesting' stuff on the anterior eye that they also tend to be the ones where you can't fill your 'quotas' and normal stuff to practice on.'
    ^ same lol

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