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03(04): Vivid and bizarre dream which interrupted my sleep

03(04): Vivid and bizarre dream which interrupted my sleep

I had been sleeping and just woke up (1:23 am) from a vivid and bizarre dream. I’m going to document/type what I can remember before the details are quickly forgotten. In the dream, I was with five other medical students (donning our white coats) working as assistants for a cardiologist (this person is someone who … Continue reading 03(04): Vivid and bizarre dream which interrupted my sleep

03(02): There’s more to it than “just exercise more”

Today is the last day of the 1-week-long ICOPE (Integrated Care of Older Persons) component of my Family Medicine posting. While I spent my time at the community hospital (specifically at St. Andrew Community Hospital from Monday through Thursday), today was spent entirely at home, where I participated in the following lectures virtually via Zoom: … Continue reading 03(02): There’s more to it than “just exercise more”

03(01): Takeaways from drafting a patient’s chronic care plan

On Friday, I concluded my three-week stint at Queenstown Polyclinic as part of the ten-week Family Medicine (FM) posting of the third year of the NUS MBBS undergraduate curriculum (i.e. Phase III). There were various assessment components associated with this three-week stint, one of which was the 'patient care plan' that each medical student was … Continue reading 03(01): Takeaways from drafting a patient’s chronic care plan