Ask any cyclist what their ‘routine’ is in the run up to a race and you’ll likely be there a while as they carefully recount the day-by-day, minute-to-minute strategy to ensure they’re set up for the best possible performance on the day. Nothing gets forgotten, be it training, food, sleep, clothing – you name it, aContinue reading “Training for Exams”
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Being able to perform a competent examination of the abdomen is one of the most important skills to accomplish at medical school. There are a lot of things that can go wrong within the abdomen, and equally there are many ways of determining what exactly is happening. Be systematic, thorough and don’t jump to anyContinue reading “Abdominal Examination”
Fail to prepare, prepare to fail. Preparation is key in a lot of situations, and Medicine as a whole is one of those situations. Having a solid plan, thinking it through and making sure you have everything ready beforehand will save you a lot of trouble. A good way to do this is through visualisationContinue reading “Preparation “
Like it or not, as a medical practitioner people are going to take what you say seriously. They will look to you for advice and reassurance during their most vulnerable moments, and will often follow exactly what you say to the letter. This means you have to be careful about what you say, and how.Continue reading “Instructions”
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