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    ,,It’s not what you say out of your mouth that determines your life, it’s what you whisper to yourself that has the most power.“ - Robert T. Kiyosaki | Anzeige | GIVEAWAY |

Gerade in der momentanen heißen Phase der Prüfungsvorbereitung, kann es schonmal ganz schön chaotisch werden. Einzelne Blätter der Mitschrift liegen auf irgendeinem beliebigen Stapel und die Stifte sind kreuz und quer auf dem Schreibtisch verteilt. Wer kennt‘s? 🙈
Dafür habe ich nun die perfekte Lösung gefunden: Eine Schreibmappe! Es kann manchmal so einfach sein 😅
Was ich an dieser Mappe von @vebonofficial besonders mag ist, dass sie sogar eine praktische Tablethalterung besitzt. So habe ich alles auf einem Blick, und kann mir meine Notizen machen. Das lästige Problem mit dem leeren Akku an der Uni ist nun auch gelöst, ich habe einfach alles dabei 🤷🏻‍♀️
Die Mappe ist zudem sehr hochwertig verarbeitet und sieht dazu noch sehr schick aus 😍
Und IHR habt jetzt die Möglichkeit, eine solche Mappe zu gewinnen! ☺️
Alles was ihr dafür tun müsst:

1. Folgt meinem Account und @vebonofficial ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 2. Liked dieses Foto

3. Kommentiert, warum ihr diese Mappe gebrauchen könntet 🖋

4. Um eure Chancen zu erhöhen, postet diesen Beitrag in eurer Story und verlinkt @vebonofficial und mich! 
Das Gewinnspiel läuft bis einschließlich 01.07.2019.

Ich wünsche euch viel Glück! 🍀

#gewinnspiel #giveaway #verlosung #win #study #studygram #studymotivation #motivation #studywithme #medizin #medizinstudium #medizinstudent #student #med #medschool #medical #medicalstudent #medicine #medstudent #premed #premedstudent #premedschool #planwithme #organization #organizer #stethoscope #rosegold #studyorganization

    ,,It’s not what you say out of your mouth that determines your life, it’s what you whisper to yourself that has the most power.“ - Robert T. Kiyosaki | Anzeige | GIVEAWAY |

    Gerade in der momentanen heißen Phase der Prüfungsvorbereitung, kann es schonmal ganz schön chaotisch werden. Einzelne Blätter der Mitschrift liegen auf irgendeinem beliebigen Stapel und die Stifte sind kreuz und quer auf dem Schreibtisch verteilt. Wer kennt‘s? 🙈
    Dafür habe ich nun die perfekte Lösung gefunden: Eine Schreibmappe! Es kann manchmal so einfach sein 😅
    Was ich an dieser Mappe von @vebonofficial besonders mag ist, dass sie sogar eine praktische Tablethalterung besitzt. So habe ich alles auf einem Blick, und kann mir meine Notizen machen. Das lästige Problem mit dem leeren Akku an der Uni ist nun auch gelöst, ich habe einfach alles dabei 🤷🏻‍♀️
    Die Mappe ist zudem sehr hochwertig verarbeitet und sieht dazu noch sehr schick aus 😍
    Und IHR habt jetzt die Möglichkeit, eine solche Mappe zu gewinnen! ☺️
    Alles was ihr dafür tun müsst:

    1. Folgt meinem Account und @vebonofficial ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 2. Liked dieses Foto

    3. Kommentiert, warum ihr diese Mappe gebrauchen könntet 🖋

    4. Um eure Chancen zu erhöhen, postet diesen Beitrag in eurer Story und verlinkt @vebonofficial und mich!
    Das Gewinnspiel läuft bis einschließlich 01.07.2019.

    Ich wünsche euch viel Glück! 🍀

    #gewinnspiel #giveaway #verlosung #win #study #studygram #studymotivation #motivation #studywithme #medizin #medizinstudium #medizinstudent #student #med #medschool #medical #medicalstudent #medicine #medstudent #premed #premedstudent #premedschool #planwithme #organization #organizer #stethoscope #rosegold #studyorganization

    56 2 10 minutes ago
    Have You Visited Us?

JNH Is Dedicated To Bringing Patients More Convenient Access To Quality Healthcare Services Within Their Local Communities🙌 
Contact Jack Nathan Health Today!✔️

    Have You Visited Us?

    JNH Is Dedicated To Bringing Patients More Convenient Access To Quality Healthcare Services Within Their Local Communities🙌
    Contact Jack Nathan Health Today!✔️

    1 1 15 minutes ago
    "Its kinda Life and death every min here. You never know what's coming in. Not everything comes in over the radio unfortunately. There are times when we are sitting here and someone pulls up, beeps the horn and throws somebody out the door. We'll walk out and somebody will be lying on the floor bleeding - shot, stabbed....."
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This is why I think it's helpful and important for frontline hospital staff to learn "on scene" skills. These "drop offs" are not exactly point of injury, meaning they are not at the location where the injury occurred and some time has gone by since the incident. I like to call these lobby drop offs "extended point of injury." Usually when a patient is transported by EMS, some care has been done (depending where you're located some agencies do even more than the standard care 💪) like lines, airway, bleed control, pt is mobilized, etc. But these "e-P.O.I." drop offs have not received anything. So the nurses, ER staff, etc go out to the lobby or parking garage and find a person laying there. This is why I believe it's good to learn safe patient movement skills, bleeding control techniques, etc. I've even placed my knee on junctional wounds while waiting for help in the parking garage. Now I'm not saying to work a code on someone on the lobby floor, I'm just saying seek out your pre-hospital colleagues and pick there brains. Learn how to place a tourniquet, learn how to properly move a patient with a suspected c-spine injury who is laying in the back of a pickup truck. I was fortunate to receive pre-hospital training in the past so I'm biased. Learn more than you are told to. Weaponize yourself with additional knowledge that will make you better. Have a good sunday!
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Vid credit: Thanks for sending me this video. I was stoked to see my "old" coworker and legendary trauma nurse Kathy in the background......"fastest foley in the south!"
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#showmeyourshears #miamitrauma #TraumaNinjas #traumalife #traumaVida #traumaJando #traumabae #TraumaTraining #traumacenter #ER #emergencyroom #nursing #nursingstudent #studentnurse #medicalstudent #medstudent #medicalschool #firstresponder #criticalcare #paramedic #emt #medic #fireRescue #flightnurse

    "Its kinda Life and death every min here. You never know what's coming in. Not everything comes in over the radio unfortunately. There are times when we are sitting here and someone pulls up, beeps the horn and throws somebody out the door. We'll walk out and somebody will be lying on the floor bleeding - shot, stabbed....."
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    This is why I think it's helpful and important for frontline hospital staff to learn "on scene" skills. These "drop offs" are not exactly point of injury, meaning they are not at the location where the injury occurred and some time has gone by since the incident. I like to call these lobby drop offs "extended point of injury." Usually when a patient is transported by EMS, some care has been done (depending where you're located some agencies do even more than the standard care 💪) like lines, airway, bleed control, pt is mobilized, etc. But these "e-P.O.I." drop offs have not received anything. So the nurses, ER staff, etc go out to the lobby or parking garage and find a person laying there. This is why I believe it's good to learn safe patient movement skills, bleeding control techniques, etc. I've even placed my knee on junctional wounds while waiting for help in the parking garage. Now I'm not saying to work a code on someone on the lobby floor, I'm just saying seek out your pre-hospital colleagues and pick there brains. Learn how to place a tourniquet, learn how to properly move a patient with a suspected c-spine injury who is laying in the back of a pickup truck. I was fortunate to receive pre-hospital training in the past so I'm biased. Learn more than you are told to. Weaponize yourself with additional knowledge that will make you better. Have a good sunday!
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    Vid credit: Thanks for sending me this video. I was stoked to see my "old" coworker and legendary trauma nurse Kathy in the background......"fastest foley in the south!"
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    #showmeyourshears #miamitrauma #TraumaNinjas #traumalife #traumaVida #traumaJando #traumabae #TraumaTraining #traumacenter #ER #emergencyroom #nursing #nursingstudent #studentnurse #medicalstudent #medstudent #medicalschool #firstresponder #criticalcare #paramedic #emt #medic #fireRescue #flightnurse

    85 1 26 minutes ago
    What was your favorite subject during basic sciences (first 2 years of Medical school)? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I had 2 favorites...one was Pathology and the other Microbiology. Working on making some flashcards now to review microbiology since I became a bit rusty on the bugs according to Uworld. It’s so important to do questions! This way you are able to assess your weaknesses and work on improving them before the big test.

    What was your favorite subject during basic sciences (first 2 years of Medical school)? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    I had 2 favorites...one was Pathology and the other Microbiology. Working on making some flashcards now to review microbiology since I became a bit rusty on the bugs according to Uworld. It’s so important to do questions! This way you are able to assess your weaknesses and work on improving them before the big test.

    5 1 33 minutes ago
    Learn some more about our newly elected Treasurer of the @jowma_org Board of Directors. 
Hi! My name is Ilana Margulies, and I am a fourth-year medical student at New York Medical College. I am very excited to be involved in JOWMA and I am passionate about its mission to support Orthodox Jewish women at all levels of training and professional development. A little bit about myself:
-Originally from Maryland, I’ve spent the last 10 years in New York for undergrad (NYU), graduate school (Mount Sinai), and medical school (NYMC)
-I come from a family filled with doctors – my father is bariatric surgeon, my mother is a rheumatologist, and my brother recently finished his training and is currently in practice with my father
-I am very interested in plastic and reconstructive surgery largely due to the innovative nature of the field, the transformative ways in which one is able to improve the lives of patients, and the fascinating technical intricacies of the operative procedures. -My husband is the rabbi of a shul in Riverdale called The Riverdale Minyan, and I am so grateful for the opportunity to be involved in this incredible and warm community.
-I have a beautiful two-year-old daughter and a golden retriever named Menachem who is a therapy dog at a local senior center (@menachem_the_puppy 
#womenhelpingwomen #medicalstudent #bosslady #residency #girlboss #jewishdoctor #jewishwomen #jewishwomendoctors

    Learn some more about our newly elected Treasurer of the @jowma_org Board of Directors.
    Hi! My name is Ilana Margulies, and I am a fourth-year medical student at New York Medical College. I am very excited to be involved in JOWMA and I am passionate about its mission to support Orthodox Jewish women at all levels of training and professional development. A little bit about myself:
    -Originally from Maryland, I’ve spent the last 10 years in New York for undergrad (NYU), graduate school (Mount Sinai), and medical school (NYMC)
    -I come from a family filled with doctors – my father is bariatric surgeon, my mother is a rheumatologist, and my brother recently finished his training and is currently in practice with my father
    -I am very interested in plastic and reconstructive surgery largely due to the innovative nature of the field, the transformative ways in which one is able to improve the lives of patients, and the fascinating technical intricacies of the operative procedures. -My husband is the rabbi of a shul in Riverdale called The Riverdale Minyan, and I am so grateful for the opportunity to be involved in this incredible and warm community.
    -I have a beautiful two-year-old daughter and a golden retriever named Menachem who is a therapy dog at a local senior center (@menachem_the_puppy
    #womenhelpingwomen #medicalstudent #bosslady #residency #girlboss #jewishdoctor #jewishwomen #jewishwomendoctors

    10 0 42 minutes ago
    Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department officer Lebogang Mngomezulu went above her call of duty to help a mother give birth on the city streets. 
Johannesburg, South Africa – The Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) received a call that a woman had collapsed on the pavement of Eloff Street. The quickly deployed an officer to the scene to access the situation.
When officer Lebogang Mngomezulu arrived on the scene, it was determined that the 28-year-old woman was actually in labour. Officer Mngomezulu assisted the mother in giving birth on the pavement as there was no time to wait for help.

A healthy baby girl joined the world thanks to the unwavering commitment from officer Mngomezulu. Officer Mngomezulu then went to get help from the Johannesburg Central Fire Station who sent a paramedic to assist. Mother and child were then transported to the Hillbrow Clinic and are said to be doing well. “Officer Mngomezulu delivered a healthy baby girl on the pavement and wrapped the baby in her Metro Police jacked. The officer then fetched a paramedic from Johannesburg Central Fire Station and took her to Eloff Street to cut the umbilical cord. The mother and baby were taken by ambulance to Hillbrow Clinic and is said to be doing very well.” – Wayne Minnaar, Spokesperson, Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department.

Huge congrats to the mother on the birth of her child, without Officer Lebogang Mngomezulu we are sure it would have been a much scarier situation. 
Thanks also go to officer Mngomezulu, who went above the call of duty to help a resident of Johannesburg. Wow! Once again, the JMPD give us a reason to smile and fill our hearts with hope.

#Repost @goodthingsguy with @get_repost

#proudlysouthafrican #inspiration #southafrica #jmpd #johannesburg #awesomesa #beyondduty #baragwanathhouse #chrishanibaragwanathhospital #medicalelective #medicalelectives #elective #electives #medical #doctors #doctorsofinstagram #nurses #nursesofinstagram #johannesburg #southafrica #gauteng #student #medicalstudent #studentaccommodation #physician #surgeon #gynae #medschool #medicalhumor #medstudentlife

    Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department officer Lebogang Mngomezulu went above her call of duty to help a mother give birth on the city streets.
    Johannesburg, South Africa – The Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) received a call that a woman had collapsed on the pavement of Eloff Street. The quickly deployed an officer to the scene to access the situation.
    When officer Lebogang Mngomezulu arrived on the scene, it was determined that the 28-year-old woman was actually in labour. Officer Mngomezulu assisted the mother in giving birth on the pavement as there was no time to wait for help.

    A healthy baby girl joined the world thanks to the unwavering commitment from officer Mngomezulu. Officer Mngomezulu then went to get help from the Johannesburg Central Fire Station who sent a paramedic to assist. Mother and child were then transported to the Hillbrow Clinic and are said to be doing well. “Officer Mngomezulu delivered a healthy baby girl on the pavement and wrapped the baby in her Metro Police jacked. The officer then fetched a paramedic from Johannesburg Central Fire Station and took her to Eloff Street to cut the umbilical cord. The mother and baby were taken by ambulance to Hillbrow Clinic and is said to be doing very well.” – Wayne Minnaar, Spokesperson, Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department.

    Huge congrats to the mother on the birth of her child, without Officer Lebogang Mngomezulu we are sure it would have been a much scarier situation.
    Thanks also go to officer Mngomezulu, who went above the call of duty to help a resident of Johannesburg. Wow! Once again, the JMPD give us a reason to smile and fill our hearts with hope.

    #Repost @goodthingsguy with @get_repost

    #proudlysouthafrican #inspiration #southafrica #jmpd #johannesburg #awesomesa #beyondduty #baragwanathhouse #chrishanibaragwanathhospital #medicalelective #medicalelectives #elective #electives #medical #doctors #doctorsofinstagram #nurses #nursesofinstagram #johannesburg #southafrica #gauteng #student #medicalstudent #studentaccommodation #physician   #surgeon #gynae #medschool   #medicalhumor   #medstudentlife

    6 0 57 minutes ago
    One of the hardest things I’ve learned about being a pre-med is finding opportunities is very difficult. I applied to a job at a Children’s hospital and was offered a second interview 3 months after applying and have yet to do it. Some doctors that I’m supposed to be shadowing soon have not contacted me back again, so I’m not sure if I’m even allowed to anymore. And my volunteering this summer fell through so I’m trying to find another way to volunteer clinically. But through all the mishaps and failed attempts, I’ve learned to be patient as well. Better opportunities will come as long as I’m working diligently to acquire them. I’ve seen it happen before. So if you’re in the same boat of “I’m not sure what do and nothing is working in my favor”, stay positive, keep working hard in whatever you’re doing, and don’t give up your dreams because things are working out as planned. Not all paths are straight.  How have your pre-med journeys gone? What stage are you all in, I’d love to hear!

    One of the hardest things I’ve learned about being a pre-med is finding opportunities is very difficult. I applied to a job at a Children’s hospital and was offered a second interview 3 months after applying and have yet to do it. Some doctors that I’m supposed to be shadowing soon have not contacted me back again, so I’m not sure if I’m even allowed to anymore. And my volunteering this summer fell through so I’m trying to find another way to volunteer clinically. But through all the mishaps and failed attempts, I’ve learned to be patient as well. Better opportunities will come as long as I’m working diligently to acquire them. I’ve seen it happen before. So if you’re in the same boat of “I’m not sure what do and nothing is working in my favor”, stay positive, keep working hard in whatever you’re doing, and don’t give up your dreams because things are working out as planned. Not all paths are straight. How have your pre-med journeys gone? What stage are you all in, I’d love to hear!

    9 1 57 minutes ago
    Unfortunately it do be like that. But bonus points if you can name that fracture! 👇

    Unfortunately it do be like that. But bonus points if you can name that fracture! 👇

    118 2 1 hour ago
    A Brand New Day ❤️
무서움과 두려움 다
헤쳐 나아 갈 수 있을까? (Go)
최면에 취한 듯
나를 잡아당겨 이끌었어
무언가에 홀린 듯
내 안의 목소리를 듣게 됐어
닿지 않아도 선명한 미래의 파편
새로운 세계 꿈의 문장이 날 감싸 (Part of me)
나를 찾은 날에
(A brand new day)
빛의 계단을 올라가
꿈을 꾸던 순간
(We know the world)
세상에 날 보여줘

    A Brand New Day ❤️
    무서움과 두려움 다
    헤쳐 나아 갈 수 있을까? (Go)
    최면에 취한 듯
    나를 잡아당겨 이끌었어
    무언가에 홀린 듯
    내 안의 목소리를 듣게 됐어
    닿지 않아도 선명한 미래의 파편
    새로운 세계 꿈의 문장이 날 감싸 (Part of me)
    나를 찾은 날에
    (A brand new day)
    빛의 계단을 올라가
    꿈을 꾸던 순간
    (We know the world)
    세상에 날 보여줘

    12 4 1 hour ago
    None of the current pharmacotherapeutic options including anti-inflammatory drugs and intra-articular steroid injections are shown to have long-term effects in eliminating the pain and associated symptoms of musculoskeletal disorders. Recently, the therapeutic effects of oxygen–ozone injection were reported in the management of different musculoskeletal disorders including low back pain, herniated disc, failed back syndrome, degenerative spine disease, and knee osteoarthritis. Increasing tissue oxygenation and anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects by stimulating the anti-nociceptive system are proposed to be the potential mechanisms for their beneficial effects.

    None of the current pharmacotherapeutic options including anti-inflammatory drugs and intra-articular steroid injections are shown to have long-term effects in eliminating the pain and associated symptoms of musculoskeletal disorders. Recently, the therapeutic effects of oxygen–ozone injection were reported in the management of different musculoskeletal disorders including low back pain, herniated disc, failed back syndrome, degenerative spine disease, and knee osteoarthritis. Increasing tissue oxygenation and anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects by stimulating the anti-nociceptive system are proposed to be the potential mechanisms for their beneficial effects.

    1 1 1 hour ago
    💉Когда ты начинаешь свою врачебную карьеру?💉
Нет, не после долгих часов в аудиториях и томительных лекций в душном зале. Всё начинается с летней производственной практики.
🤷Многие на этом моменте могли бы меня заткнуть, сказав, что "нет, летняя практика - это пустая трата времени, скука и вовсе адский марафон со шваброй наперевес.
Хочется этих "студентов" сразу же спросить: " Вы просили рассказать вам об отделении? О его пациентах и их заболеваниях и расстройствах? Элементарно, общались с персоналом в нормальном тоне? Нет? Тогда о чем может идти речь!"
👩‍⚕️Практика даётся нам как полигон для тренировок. Учиться и пытаться стать лучше - прямая обязанность студентов-медиков, поэтому призываю вас, друзья, пользоваться данной привелегией и стремиться стать лучше в своих навыках и умениях📈
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P.S. фотка с прошлого года практики, так как в этом году мне вряд ли удастся в моей больнице сделать фото на память
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#medicine #med #practice #productive #medicalstudent #student #summer #hospital #nurse #motivation #success #instadaily #photooftheday #picoftheday
#медицина #медик #медицинский #мед #студентмедик #студент #лето #практика #медсестра #мотивация #больница #инстаграмнедели #инстаграманет

    💉Когда ты начинаешь свою врачебную карьеру?💉
    Нет, не после долгих часов в аудиториях и томительных лекций в душном зале. Всё начинается с летней производственной практики.
    🤷Многие на этом моменте могли бы меня заткнуть, сказав, что "нет, летняя практика - это пустая трата времени, скука и вовсе адский марафон со шваброй наперевес.
    Хочется этих "студентов" сразу же спросить: " Вы просили рассказать вам об отделении? О его пациентах и их заболеваниях и расстройствах? Элементарно, общались с персоналом в нормальном тоне? Нет? Тогда о чем может идти речь!"
    👩‍⚕️Практика даётся нам как полигон для тренировок. Учиться и пытаться стать лучше - прямая обязанность студентов-медиков, поэтому призываю вас, друзья, пользоваться данной привелегией и стремиться стать лучше в своих навыках и умениях📈
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    P.S. фотка с прошлого года практики, так как в этом году мне вряд ли удастся в моей больнице сделать фото на память
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    #medicine #med #practice #productive #medicalstudent #student #summer #hospital #nurse #motivation #success #instadaily #photooftheday #picoftheday
    #медицина #медик #медицинский #мед #студентмедик #студент #лето #практика #медсестра #мотивация #больница #инстаграмнедели #инстаграманет

    21 1 1 hour ago

Top #medicalstudent posts

    Two exams in emergency medicine down, one to go🌡

    Two exams in emergency medicine down, one to go🌡

    215 7 4 hours ago
    I’M QUITTING.
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Maybe quitting isn’t the right word, but I’m choosing my Mental Health. You may have noticed I haven’t posted anything in a while, and it’s because I only get 2 weeks at home before starting med school and I’ve been spending it with my family. Been traveling and hiking near home, helping my mom with her garden and even made them a wedding scrapbook. My daily screen time, which I’m embarrassed to admit is usually 7+ hours a day has been less than 2 hours a day, most of which has been texting friends, watching YouTube and FaceTiming Rodrigo. .
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When I started growing my Instagram account it was originally exciting and more of a challenge to see if I could gain a certain number of followers, but there’s so many games you have to play to reach a certain number of likes. From the hashtags you use, to when you post to which engagement groups you post in. .
ITS EXHAUSTING. If I’m not actively engaging EVERY day, I lose followers and my posts are “penalized” for it based on the “Instagram algorithm”. I’m tired of putting so much time into this. When it comes to what’s important to me in life it’s the following things in this order: my family, my friends and my boyfriend. My career and ability to help people. My mental health. 
Service work. Creative pursuits that make me happy. .
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Instagram is not on that list and it’s been taking so much energy from me that it feels toxic. I haven’t been focusing on the things that are important to me. I will finish out the sponsored posts I have signed contracts for, but after that I’ll only post when I feel like posting about whatever the hell I want. My dream and passion is to make a difference in this world and I just don’t see Instagram as my means of doing so. .
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(This is not hating on other influencers and content creators, I love you guys and your ability to do this, it’s just something I’m choosing to move away from.) .
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#chooseyourself #mentalhealth #medicine #futuredoc #medicalstudent
#hiking #travelblogger #feminism #seattleblogger #selflove #lifestylephotography #girlboss #fempire

    I’M QUITTING.
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    Maybe quitting isn’t the right word, but I’m choosing my Mental Health. You may have noticed I haven’t posted anything in a while, and it’s because I only get 2 weeks at home before starting med school and I’ve been spending it with my family. Been traveling and hiking near home, helping my mom with her garden and even made them a wedding scrapbook. My daily screen time, which I’m embarrassed to admit is usually 7+ hours a day has been less than 2 hours a day, most of which has been texting friends, watching YouTube and FaceTiming Rodrigo. .
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    When I started growing my Instagram account it was originally exciting and more of a challenge to see if I could gain a certain number of followers, but there’s so many games you have to play to reach a certain number of likes. From the hashtags you use, to when you post to which engagement groups you post in. .
    ITS EXHAUSTING. If I’m not actively engaging EVERY day, I lose followers and my posts are “penalized” for it based on the “Instagram algorithm”. I’m tired of putting so much time into this. When it comes to what’s important to me in life it’s the following things in this order: my family, my friends and my boyfriend. My career and ability to help people. My mental health.
    Service work. Creative pursuits that make me happy. .
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    Instagram is not on that list and it’s been taking so much energy from me that it feels toxic. I haven’t been focusing on the things that are important to me. I will finish out the sponsored posts I have signed contracts for, but after that I’ll only post when I feel like posting about whatever the hell I want. My dream and passion is to make a difference in this world and I just don’t see Instagram as my means of doing so. .
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    (This is not hating on other influencers and content creators, I love you guys and your ability to do this, it’s just something I’m choosing to move away from.) .
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    #chooseyourself #mentalhealth #medicine #futuredoc #medicalstudent
    #hiking #travelblogger #feminism #seattleblogger #selflove #lifestylephotography #girlboss #fempire

    415 21 2 hours ago
    ДО СКОРОЙ ВСТРЕЧИ, УНИВЕР 😉👋
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Официально, 4 курс - Done ✅
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Это был безумно увлекательный учебный год, особенно он был прекрасен после уморительного и ответственного  3 курса.
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Вкратце о 4 курсе:
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Начался другой формат обучения - циклы, когда определенный период времени ты учишь только один предмет, после сдаёшь модуль и переходишь к следующему!
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Преподаватели к тебе относятся совсем по другому, большинство чувствует что ты через пару лет уже будешь их коллегой и ведут себя с тобой уважительно.
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Циклы дают возможность погрузиться в каждую специальность с головой не отвлекаясь на другие предметы, есть доступ к операционным и к практике с пациентами, что мне безумно нравится.
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Также, плюс в том что ты не перегораешь, так как каждый месяц начинается совсем иной предмет, что даёт тебе запал энергии и мотивации.
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Ставлю 4 курсу 8/10, были свои нюансы, в организационной работе, а так все супер 👏
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Уже успел соскучится за учебой, огромное количество планов на 5 курс, поэтому нужно провести лето максимально продуктивно и набраться энергии на весь год 😏👌

    ДО СКОРОЙ ВСТРЕЧИ, УНИВЕР 😉👋

    Официально, 4 курс - Done ✅

    Это был безумно увлекательный учебный год, особенно он был прекрасен после уморительного и ответственного 3 курса.

    Вкратце о 4 курсе:

    Начался другой формат обучения - циклы, когда определенный период времени ты учишь только один предмет, после сдаёшь модуль и переходишь к следующему!

    Преподаватели к тебе относятся совсем по другому, большинство чувствует что ты через пару лет уже будешь их коллегой и ведут себя с тобой уважительно.

    Циклы дают возможность погрузиться в каждую специальность с головой не отвлекаясь на другие предметы, есть доступ к операционным и к практике с пациентами, что мне безумно нравится.

    Также, плюс в том что ты не перегораешь, так как каждый месяц начинается совсем иной предмет, что даёт тебе запал энергии и мотивации.

    Ставлю 4 курсу 8/10, были свои нюансы, в организационной работе, а так все супер 👏

    Уже успел соскучится за учебой, огромное количество планов на 5 курс, поэтому нужно провести лето максимально продуктивно и набраться энергии на весь год 😏👌

    140 2 2 hours ago
    Auf einer neuen Station und der Frühdienst ist erstmal wieder ungewohnt. 😴
Ich bewundere immer die Pfleger und Ärzte, die sich vor ihren Diensten noch zurecht machen. 
Ich bin ja schon froh, wenn ich zwei gleiche Socken anhabe und nicht meine Flasche zuhause gelassen habe.
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In diesem Einsatz steht die praktische Zwischenprüfung an und ich fühle mich total unvorbereitet. 
Gefühlt bekommt man immer nur Bruchteile mit. 
Auf einer Station lernst du viel zur Dokumentation. 
Auf der anderen hast du mehr Behandlungs- oder Grundpflege. 
Aber ich hatte nie das Gefühl, dass ich alles gelernt habe, was man so können sollte.
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Habt ihr Tipps für die praktische Prüfung? 
Dann würde ich mich definitiv über einen Kommentar freuen! 🙈♥️ #fürmehrrealität #praktischeprüfungspanik

    Auf einer neuen Station und der Frühdienst ist erstmal wieder ungewohnt. 😴
    Ich bewundere immer die Pfleger und Ärzte, die sich vor ihren Diensten noch zurecht machen.
    Ich bin ja schon froh, wenn ich zwei gleiche Socken anhabe und nicht meine Flasche zuhause gelassen habe.
    .
    In diesem Einsatz steht die praktische Zwischenprüfung an und ich fühle mich total unvorbereitet.
    Gefühlt bekommt man immer nur Bruchteile mit.
    Auf einer Station lernst du viel zur Dokumentation.
    Auf der anderen hast du mehr Behandlungs- oder Grundpflege.
    Aber ich hatte nie das Gefühl, dass ich alles gelernt habe, was man so können sollte.
    .
    Habt ihr Tipps für die praktische Prüfung?
    Dann würde ich mich definitiv über einen Kommentar freuen! 🙈♥️ #fürmehrrealität #praktischeprüfungspanik

    336 12 3 hours ago