Ya Allah!Limpahkanlah rahmat yang penuh dan kesejahteraan yang sempurna ke atas penghulu kami Nabi Muhammad SAW yang terungkai dengannya oleh simpulan dan terhapus dengannya oleh segala kesusahan dan diselesai dengannya dengan segala hajat dan dicapai dengannya segala kegemaran dan mudah-mudahan cantik kesudahan serta diharapkan turun hujan dengan berkat wajahnya yang mulia.Dan juga di atas keluarganya dan sahabat-sahabatnya pada setiap detik dan nafas dengan bilangan setiap yang maklum bagiMu.
December 30, 2012
The stories of HOs'
HO = Houseman Officer
I'm not a HO yet but I'm going into it...in few months insyaAllah
Typical me, when I'm going to decide on something, I will first make some reviews on it
Eg : when I'm going to sit for a clinical exam with a doctor, I will ask my colleagues first who already sat for it on how the exam's going and the examiner's style
So that, I will get the overview thus reduce my anxious
Especially if the examiner is the scary one hiiiihi
Soo exam-based! :P
So, the latest one is 'where to choose for housemanship training?'
I had google some
My intention was just to search for opinions on housemanship placement
But guess what I found
A lot! A lot u know! Of HOs' life
Yes, most of them are scary!Nope!ALL are SCARY!
There even a blog entitled about quitting your housemanship!
I read it halfway before click the 'X' button
*Oh God, dont let me down*
As expected, none of them is saying 'ooh I love my HO's life' or 'I enjoy it very much'
Whatever it is, I have to go through it
Other people can, why not me?
Other jobs are tough too, depends on how you manipulate and handle it
I love this statement, quoted from an ex-HO who was just survived her 2 years housemanship training
"For us, housemen, life has to go on. Of course, life is not bad all the time. It is chronically ongoing love and hate relationship."
I dont know. Because I dont experience it yet. But somehow, reading their stories do inspiring me. It motivates me. It gives me the view of my work later on. And I always remind myself, my life here as a medical student and my life later on are going to be totally different. Now, you can leave the wards as you wish. As you carry the title 'doctor', you carry the responsibilities too.
And I already decided on my HO placement. Whereever you go, which hospital you will be allocated after this, your responsibilities will never change. Regardless the workload and longer hours of working.
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