More things I have learnt from preceptorship
When you get some people to read the letter charts, when you make them read the letter line with their right eye, they read the letters from right to left. Then they readleft to rightwhen you get them to read with just their left eye. When both eyes are open, they read normally left to right. Apparently these are the type of people who have poor directionality skills and usually have problems...
And suddenly that was that
It only seemed like two weeks ago when I just started the preceptorship. In fact, itwastwo weeks ago when I started the preceptorship. I was so fortunate to do my placement at a practice which was so casual and so relaxing. Whilst it was frenetically busy, it was busy enough that I got something out of it. That being said, during the down-time, it was more or less just talking shit with the other...
Things I've learnt so far on preceptorship
Don’t take the tourist drive when it’s pissing down raining and dark. Thinking that the drive was much safer inland than to drive parallel to the ocean was not a good idea. Sadly the GPS only tells me directions and not that I had to drive over a mountain (I guess it’s the scenic route, if I could actually see what the fck I was going to fall down from). So many hairpin turns oh...
Seriously… this whole sitting by yourself in the motel room thing is pretty depressing. I’m actually looking forward to work-experience tomorrow, actual human contact. Then I wonder to myself, why isn’t it ever this bad during exam period.
Day one of PRECEPTORSHIP
pre·cep·tor·ship n. A period of practical experience and training for a student, especially of medicine or nursing, that is supervised by an expert or specialist in a particular field. So yes. As some of you know (and others may not), I’m actually on mypreceptorshipright now. I chose to do it down in Nowra on the South Coast, assuming that I was going to pair up with my friend and he...