Tag: medical school

Medical Student Morning Routine 🔅

Medical Student Morning Routine 🔅

Hi guys, so I know I haven’t done one of these aesthetic videos in a long time So today I’m sharing my morning routine And this is a normal sort of day, where I wake up at 7 and I start at the hospital at 9 So, this is what I do in the morning …

College of Medicine White Coat Ceremony 2017

College of Medicine White Coat Ceremony 2017

ceremony musicRandall Worth: Good morning, and welcome to the 2017 white coat ceremony for the University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences. My name is Randy Worth. I’m the assistant Dean for Student Affairs and I want to welcome you to the event today. The entering class of medical students has achieved extraordinary …

Will I Have to Work As A Rural Doctor?

Do international doctors in Australia have to work in rural areas? Well find out in this video. in terms of land area, Australia is a large country, the sixth largest in the world, about 7,000 sorry, 7 million, 700,000 square kilometers. it’s a big country and as such it has a lot of country or …

Adjusting to Medical School 101

Adjusting to Medical School 101

Congratulations on getting into medical school. Based on the low rate of matriculation into medical school, one could argue that the hardest part is now behind you. After all, fewer than 40% of applicants successfully get accepted to medical school in the US. However, I would argue that the toughest part is yet to come. …

Bilirubin – Part 2: Laboratory Measurement

Laboratory measurement of bilirubin Do you know how bilirubin is measured in the blood? In part 2 of our Chalk Talk series on bilirubin, we’ll delve into its measurement in the lab. First, let’s look at the types of bilirubin in the blood. There are two types: Conjugated bilirubin, which is water-soluble and present in …

Meet Bhumit, a UQ Ochsner medical graduate

Meet Bhumit, a UQ Ochsner medical graduate

If you would have asked me four years ago after college, “where do you see yourself in medical school?” “What kind of doctor do you see yourself ending up as?” Never in a million years would I imagine that I would go to Australia, move across the world for two years and be the person …