It still hasn't hit me yet. I finished my Gyn Oncology Sub-I on Friday, and I still can't help but feeling like there is something I'm supposed to be doing. Overall, it was an insanely busy month, but an awesome month nonetheless. I actually ended up working way harder and for more hours than I did on SICU! My favorite part: the patients. I had the privilege of helping take care of some of the most interesting, inspirational women I've met. Hopefully I'll get a chance to blog in more detail about some of my favorite experiences now that I'm starting a super relaxed month-long elective, Emergency Medicine Ultrasound. My requirements for this month are to work a total of 16 hours per week... which is what I was working in one day on Gyn Onc.
It hasn't quite hit me yet, but I'm officially done with all of my "hard" stuff for this year. I finished my two hard Sub-I's, SICU and Gyn Onc. I finished Step 2CK, Step 2CS. I have asked all my letter of rec writers, and they've said yes. I'm still working on my personal statement, but I already have a solid draft and a more clear direction about where I'm heading with it now. So I'm basically just tying up all the loose ends on my residency application (and actually entering it in ERAS).
But the one major thing looming over my head that I've had to put on hold for a few months while things have been crazy, is my research project I'm working on for my senior project. I'm way behind. :(
Also, I recently read an article saying that someone at UCSF was doing the exact same study, so that kinds sucks. But at least I can have more information heading into my project, I suppose.
Well, it's nice to human again after putting everything in my life on hold for a few months. And I mean everything. I'm back, y'all!!! :)
|Puppy was mad that we left him alone so long...|