Elective Report from March 8, 2013
Application: Distribution ran at us about the University, the contact to the House was quickly at any time.
A surgery four months would have imagined I worse. I am a self-confessed non-surgeon, not because of left hands, but due to a fundamentally different setting. Yet it was all in all here, that good.
The team (from the head to the sisters) was always very friendly towards me even though there was squabbling with each other quite. Lesion be integrated very well - take on all submissions, meetings etc.; This means though that one in the morning has to be at seven on station - but also, that one of course with breakfast first OP after the!
Lesion have fixed tasks in the clinic - they are during the day, almost always with the OP-plan (in this respect it is important after ambulance activity log study days or desire), but also the blood collection are earmarked in the morning. A tie was effectively fed the usual all Abturfen of the otherwise competent sisters by only three quarters of the hour between passing and morning meeting (the one to appear on time has to) is available for the Loading, then it's usually in the operating room.
I was never for running errands or similar "abused".
The clinic is however very hierarchically structured, the boss would like to be involved in all decisions and harassed its top and physician in this regard so that responsibility is ceded only very sparsely down - independent working is here as PJler error display. Shown and explained much but is so that you can learn something good.
By the way is possible through the (in my opinion very well) paid nightly call services to get a nice income.