Last post in my housemanship in Nigeria chronicles! Phew. Guys, I made it through my twelve months a slave in one piece! Ain’t God good? Looking back at my whole housemanship experience now further reiterates the fact that you can pull through whatever and no matter how long the night lasts, morning will always come.
I have approximately one day until the end of my medical internship / housemanship year. How do I feel about this? Excited, Yes! Happy that I’ll finally be able to get more sleep? Yes! Rounding up this compulsory one year of my life is one thing I’ve really been looking forward and counting down to.
And it’s another housemanship in Nigeria Post! This time though, I’m kicking it off on a happy note – Super excited because I start my last posting in this my housemanship journey tomorrow (started writing this on the 21st, so I’m already a few days into my last posting now)! Whoop whoop! How times flies
Back on my housemanship in Nigeria chronicles – Yesterday was “officially” my last day as a house officer in the Endocrinology unit of the Department of medicine, LUTH and it feels so good to be leaving. Although, officially in quote because I still have a two weeks extension to spend there sometime in the future
Quick Update Guys. So I’m back to work! I’ve been low-key looking forward to going back to work just so I can move forward with this housemanship thing again and get it over with. Like I explained in my last med diary, we go through four department (Medicine, Surgery, Paediatrics, O&G) and spend three months
Today officially marks the end of my first posting/three months of work (whoooop!!) and I figured what better time to write about my housemanship experience so far than now. I promised to keep you all updated and I’ve tried to do that on my instagram and instastories – so go follow me @cassiedaves and check
Guess who is picking up the ward coat and making use of her stethoscope again? Yup Me! I dedicated a whole post to my problem/test so it is only right that I do a post to share my testimony. What testimony, you ask? I finally got employment for my housemanship in Luth! If you’ve been
Make Lemonade. Isn’t that how the saying goes? And I think that’s what I’ve been trying to do – Make Lemonade with these Lemons that have been thrown my way. This joblessness. Keeping my mind and hands busy while waiting to finally get a job and resume duty as a Doctor officially. Although, I haven’t
You’re probably wondering if medical doctors have to go through the struggle that is job hunting right? *Quick Recap – I graduated from the College of Medicine, of the University of Lagos (because it seems some people still don’t know what Uni I went to) about a month ago and have spent the better part
Hey guys, look who is a medical doctor now! I graduated last week , so this post is a little late but I was shipped off to my hometown the day after for my cousin’s wedding and only just got back. Its kind of a long read down there but definitely one worth your time