The book is written by a Forensic Pathologist describing her training as a Medical Examiner in New York. The September 11, 2001 tragedy and the role of Forensic team is also described in one of the chapters. It is an outspoken autobiographical book written well giving a picture of how a Forensic Pathologist is trained in USA.
His mind was still lingering in the morning that elapsed today. He remembered locking his room fifteen minutes before the time required to be in the clinic. Yes, on any other day fifteen minutes were enough to walk through the broken road in front of the college building under the glaring shine of the sun to the OPD.
MBBS as a professional course is a highly demanding one – the pupils needs to go through some hard times. It is okay to have stress. Here is how to cope with it. Excerpts of my conversations with a stressed medical student.
Our final exams ended on 20th of December 2015. I went to attend cousin’s marriage after that. But surprisingly, the result came after three days. That too at 1.30 am. I was waiting for the result from 10.00 pm onwards. My whole family woke up from deep sleep because of my laughter in the sense of victory. This time also I got 70% marks. I couldn’t sleep properly that night because I didn’t expect that much even though I was forced to go to my bed. So what I want to say is that, second professionals is comparatively easy.
Dissection sessions used to take place after lectures. Those 3 hours were life savers during those long mind-numbing lectures. We had the time and space to use our hands, cut, tie, pull, talk question and of course gossip! It was the time of the day I looked forward to.