Week 3, 2012: The amazing Pharmacology elective
I became more studious these past few weeks. I actually read books and searched PubMed for systematic reviews. It felt weird making and doing real reports again, but there was a lot of learning—and free food. The Pharma elective isn't what I would call breezy, as my classmates would probably refer to their elective choices. While we only meet for one or two hours a day, much of the work is done at home, at our own pace. But it's been a fruitful endeavor. I'm glad to have spent the Pharma elective with my classmate, Carbs, who's really hilarious without intending to be. Clearly the guys are jealous of me. I regret it that I haven't recorded her witticisms since day one.
Today I'm giving my final report on a case of a four year old suffering from epilepsy. Carbs is working on a pediatric case of glomerulonephritis. By God's grace I hope we get through this. And then . . . it's the long weekend ahead. Thank you, Doctors Casanova, Sio, Tiongco, and Sison for your time and inputs.