Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Thinking About Medical School?

This is excellent advice for those wanting to go to medical school....

Read Dr. Erhumu's tips.

He is so right and I can talk to the following:

#7- Doc H is always balancing his life with his hobbies. He squeezes them in whenever he can. I can tell they are a great stress reliever for him.

#8- Doc H is the most calm person I have ever met. I have never seem him come unglued. Well, once, but that was at his ex-wife (and he was just venting to me). As far as I'm concerned ex-spouses don't count.

#10- Doc H had wonderful mentors along the way. He still is in touch with them. 

#11- Cope with Failures... so important. If you can't do that, you shouldn't become a doctor...more specifically a surgeon. Remember Leo?


4 comments:

  1. His advice & your husband's traits are great for life in general:)

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  2. The coping with failures on is a good one. Very hard in all aspects of life. Ellen

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  3. #2 six years is not a long time. When we started year 1 of 6 I thought it was a long time. Fast forward 6 years and it went by faster than I could have imagined.

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  4. I agree with nearly all of these points, except for the one about sleep. My guy must be superhuman or something.

    I also think that while 6 years definitely isn't a long time for a med student, 4 years IS a really long time for a pre-service teacher. :P

    I wrote a post on the pros and cons of dating a med student yesterday if you'd like to check it out: http://www.pursuitoffelicity.com/2012/07/pros-and-cons-of-dating-med-student.html

    - Felicity. xo
    www.pursuitoffelicity.com

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