Hejka w sobotę, w przerwie między nauką histologii, bo w poniedziałek mam kolosa z całej tkanki łącznej +nerwowa 🤪 ⠀ To był ciężki tydzień bo miałam ostatnie wejście z ćwiczeń z biofizyki i pierwsze wyjście z seminariów🥵 zdecydowanie nie lubimy się z biosyfem ale dzielnie zbieram punkty aby nie pisać wyjścia z całego materiału dopuszczającego do egzaminu😂 ⠀ Jak wiecie na UMP jest sesja ciągła czyli nie mamy okresu sesji, sesje mamy cały rok, tak więc w tym tygodniu miałam już pierwszy egzamin-z biologii. Nie był to zbyt wymagający przedmiot i udało mi się zaliczyć. ⠀ Byleby przeżyć ostatni tydzień na uczelni i mam prawie 3 tygodnie przerwy świątecznej😍 czeka mnie więc w tym tygodniu kolos z histo, wyjście z seminariów z biofizyki i kolos z angielskiego. ⠀ A na koniec dodam ze chyba stałam się bardziej teamhisto niż teamanata ostatnio, bo zaczęliśmy neuroanatomie na anatomii i jakoś się narazie nie lubimy😂 ⠀ #studyinspiration#studygrammer#study_time #studyspiration#studyblog#studyblogger#studymode#medicalstudy#dentistry#stomatology#dentstudent#dentistrystudent#futuredentist#medstudent
Another night on call! 🏥😴📟 . This is my LAST weekend on call for my internal medicine rotation. 🙈 . The last few weeks have flew by. We are entering week 8/8 on Monday, with our final clinical exam on Wednesday. 👩🏼⚕️ . It still seems surreal that this rotation is almost done. I can’t believe how much I’ve learned over the last few weeks. Learning on the job is definitely more exciting and impactful than in the classroom. There is so much passive learning. It’s incredible! 🙈 . 1 week left until the holidays! Who else is almost done!? ❤️ . . . #medstudent#medschool#medstudentlife#premed#clerkship#scrubs#hospital#stethoscope#student#studentdoctor
Mood when @aamctoday released the fact that for the first time in history - in 2019, the majority (50.5%) of medical students are women. Let’s discuss. It has been 172 years since women began to be allowed to pursue medicine, yet to this day, only 40% of physicians are female. For the first time in history, by a riveting 50 POINT FIVE %, women are finally taking back what always belonged to us- 50% of the cut. Higher education & education, period. This is to be celebrated. This is also a reminder that we have a long way to go. Today, although the majority of physicians under 35 years old are women (60% F, 40% male), higher-paying specialties, leadership positions, & many more opportunities still belong to men. According to NCBI, "Female orthopaedic surgery residents represented 0.92% of all female medical residents in the 2016-2017 academic year.” According to TIME, "In 2018, male primary care physicians earned 18% more than their female colleagues…By 2019, that gulf had widened to 25%.” According to AAMC 2016, women still lag behind in leadership for medical education, which has detrimental effects on what gets to be taught to the future physicians that will have LIVES in their hands. Some might even say that the majority of med students being women is NOT a good thing bc *reverse inequality* doesn’t work. Because 60% of grad students are women. Because 53% of doctoral degrees are conferred to women. However- is it bc we are being systemically overcompensated for? Or is it just the fact that women are now allowed to pursue higher education? Or, since women are ALWAYS held to a higher standard compared to men, we feel the need to be more educated so we are held w/ EQUAL RESPECT to men? Or is it easier to just think that society is now oppressing men to get even - which completely undermines the capabilities of women, opening the door to the root of the problem? It’s time for women to take up SPACE. To REFUSE to be silenced. To be systemically
Wczoraj miała miejsce konferencja „Trudne Przypadki w Neonatologii i Pediatrii”. 👶🏼🍼🎀 Mimo że miałam niesamowicie mało czasu w samym Wrocławiu, to miasto naprawde mnie oczarowało. Nie ukrywam jednak, że następnym razem nie warto się porywać z motyką na słońce i jechać 6,5 godzin w jedną stronę, tylko po to żeby zaraz po wygłoszeniu własnej pracy wyjść i biec na pociąg, aby w nim siedzieć kolejne 6,5 godzin. Tym razem jednak sytuacja rodzinna mnie do tego zmusiła, i tym bardziej się cieszę ze @delilanneah i inni organizatorzy zgodzili się nie tylko, abym przedstawiła przypadek w pierwszej, a nie drugiej sesji, ale jeszcze dali mnie jako pierwszą w kolejności abym na pewno zdążyła na dworzec ♥️ co do samej konferencji: konferencja odbyła się w Dolnośląskiej Izbie Lekarskiej i składała się z dwóch sesji typu case report i przeplatającą ją sesją plakatową 📑 już na starcie zostało ogłoszone, ze kolejna konferencja będzie miała miejsce w przyszłym roku, bodajże znowu w grudniu 🎄 mam nadzieje ze się tam w przyszłym roku spotkamy🌟 #studyblr#studytumblr#studygram#study#uni#studying#inspiration#medicine#medschool#medstudent#lekarski#gumed#aesthetic#studyspo#studyinspo#studyinspiration#desktop#workplace#workplaceaesthetic#bujo#flashcards#fiszki#med#gumed#mug
Hello everyone! My name is Natasha Bhalla (@dr.natashabhalla) and I am a first year surgical resident. . I’ve been using my IG platform to meet people and soak up as much as I can from the inspiring people around me. In the meanwhile, I try to share parts of my life as a resident. . I look forward to meeting you all! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 👩🏼⚕️Admin: @footdocdana 👩🏼⚕️Admin: @footdocdana ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ✨ For YOUR chance to be featured next, follow and tag @thedocsofinsta on your photos ✨
A couple weeks back I came across a quote that stuck with me. “Mediocrity is chosen over time through small choices made day by day”. In about a year I’ll be a licensed medical professional who can independently see patients, diagnose and treat illnesses, write prescriptions, and provide patient education to help improve quality of life (crazy!!). The only reason any of this will be possible is because 8ish years ago I decided I wanted something, I made a plan, and I worked towards it. Consistently. Along the way, even up to now, there have been set backs, moments of discouragement, and even people who didn’t take me seriously. Despite that, I never considered changing my path. I learned a long time ago that you should never settle for something that’s a downgrade from what you really want just to satisfy a temporary comfort. Time will pass regardless, and by the time the regret of not starting hits you, you could’ve been halfway done already. Just your Tuesday evening reminder that it’s never too late to start and to go out there and get WHATEVER it is you want.
🎄Study tips for finals 🎄 ⭐️ Memory = sleep, so make sure you get at least 7 hours of sleep every night ⭐️ Delete social media apps from your phone (I actually downloaded instagram again just to share this post and I’ll delete it right after) 😛 ⭐️ Make sure you eat enough and nutritious food for your brain! ⭐️ make sure to have real breaks, watch a tv show/movie or go eat with a friend or just take a walk outside, you’ll feel even better when you start studying again!! ⭐️ If you’re feeling low, change your plans and study lighter topics, keep the hardest ones for your productivity peak ⭐️ Study with a friend! You can quizz each other about different topics and it makes everything easier to learn and clearer ⭐️ Study similar topics the same day so you can see more clearly the links in between! ⭐️ Take care of yourself physically AND mentally. Don’t push yourself too far and don’t feel bad for not completing all your tasks. Do your best and keep days to catch up on your delay. Good luck to everyone who’s facing finals right now!! We’re almost done!!!! 🍀🍀🍀🍀🍀🍀🍀🍀 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #school#class#studygram#medschool#medstudent#medblr#student#students#instagood#classmates#studyspo#envywear#medicalstudent#work#homework#books#book#photooftheday#textbook#textbooks#studyblr#flatlay#aesthetic#lifestyle#university#college
Did you see our previous post? We discuss the injury this surgery is fixing. ⠀ ⠀ Extensor Tendon Repair: ⠀ ⠀ +Indications: ⠀ Surgery is an option in severe cases including the following: the deformity is caused by rheumatoid arthritis, a large portion of bone fragment is displaced, the condition is not improved with splints, or the tendon is completely severed. If the deformity results from laceration, surgical repair is commonly used. If it results from avulsion fracture, splinting is applied. Splints also used to reduce contracture prior to surgical repair. Fusion may be required if other treatment is unsuccessful.⠀ ⠀ +Overview:⠀ Extensor tendon repair is used to restore the tendon to a contiguous ligament and improve functionality. The surgeon will make a small incision to access the extensor tendon and use sutures to reattach the torn ends of the ligament to each other. When the sutures are pulled tight it will reinforce the ligament and allow it to heal together.⠀ ⠀ +Outcomes of Surgery: ⠀ Overall, most patients make a good recovery and experience positive outcomes. Pain and range of motion generally improve significantly following surgery. However, surgical treatment can relieve pain, symptoms and improve functionality, but it does not always completely treat the underlying condition.
Medscape Clinical Trend: Asthma 🤧⠀ ⠀ (Swipe through for Spanish, Portuguese and French)⠀ ⠀ Research published in the ERJ showed that asthma attacks during pregnancy may increase the risk for complications in both mother and child. ⠀ ⠀ Results of a separate study found that vaginal delivery and breastfeeding reduced the incidence of #allergy and #asthma in children up to the age of 18 years. Researchers reviewed the records of nearly 160,000 children and found decreased rates of atopic dermatitis, IgE-mediated food allergy, allergic rhinitis, and asthma among children who were delivered vaginally and breastfed.⠀ ⠀ Corticosteroids are commonly used to control asthma, but a new study suggests that the risk for adverse effects necessitates using the medication only when absolutely necessary, especially in younger patients. ⠀ ⠀ Researchers found that the risk for an adverse event was 2.9 times higher among patients who received at least four annual prescriptions for systemic corticosteroids than in those who received no prescription. ⠀ ⠀ Asthma medication prescriptions were also the focus of another study, which found that physicians can shrink healthcare's carbon footprint and cut drug costs by switching patients with asthma from a metered-dose inhaler to one of the least expensive brands of dry powder inhalers. ⠀ ⠀ One study found that five doses from an inhaler could generate the carbon equivalent of a 9-mile car trip.⠀ ⠀ ⠀ Tap the link in our bio to gain access to all of our clinical trends (with references) for free! ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #doctor#physician#medstudent#medicalstudent#futuredoctor#medscape#medicine#healthcare#medical#medscape#doctora#doctorcos#nurse#docteur#médico#médicos#médica#médicas#enfermeira#physicianassistant#allergist ⠀ #immunology#meded#asthmainhaler#pediatrics#pediatras#lunghealth#pediatricnurse
Aaaand I just woke up, after 11 hours of sleep. Why? Because my dumb phone died overnight, despite being on a charger. I'm pretty mad - I don't need 11 hours of sleep - and now my carefully curated sleep schedule is ruined. . . Days like these, when I wake up in a bad mood, it's really (really) hard to rechannel my frustrations and get up and study. I'm so tempted to just say, "Screw it, today's ruined, I'll try again tomorrow." But I can't let myself do that, because time is of the essence. . . . The way I've been studying full days these days is I wake up, scroll my phone, and I set a looong study session on Flipd. Basically one for the full day, so about 15 hours (calculation: if I sleep 8 hours, and have 1 hour of break at night, that leaves me with about 15 hours during the day to study). . . Then I start studying - my phone remains 'Flipd off,' meaning the timer is going and my phone is inaccessible. Whenever I find my mind drifting or my need for coffee rising, I take a break (tap 'break' on the app) and get up, walk around, etc. I spend all 15 hours like this, pausing the study session on my phone for breakfast, lunch, dinner, shower, family time, and general breaks. At the end of the day, on a good day, I've spent about 11ish hours Flipd Off. . . . That's the goal - to study 11 hours a day. Now that I've woken up so late, that won't be possible today (I'll have to sleep early to try and get up early again tomorrow), but in general, it's pretty doable to study 11/15 FlipdOff hours! . . . Today I'll set a 14 hour session on Flipd and try and head to bed early to reset my sleep schedule. Wish me luck... . . . ... and if you'd like, come join me on Flipd! @flipdapp.co is free but multiple breaks (which is what I do) requires premium. If you're interested, join my Flipd group (link in bio!) and you can even get premium with a 72% discount using the code MEDSTUDENT72OFF during checkout. The link is affiliate, I hope you don't mind, and let me know if you
the look you have when you take your LAST CHEM FINAL OF UNDERGRAD. i am SO happy to be done with biochem and am just doing bio/phys classes from here out! it feels good... other than the fact that i’ll still be studying it next semester for the MCAT but at least that’s multiple choice 😂 who’s done with finals? anyone just starting? how are you doing?
That feeling when you finish your second OSCE! What is an OSCE? It’s an Objective Structure Clinical Examination. It tests your learned skills on patient history taking & different physical exams. For today’s OSCE, we were tested on: - Connecting with our patient, first and foremost - History of Present Illness: this is where we develop a connection with the patient & extract detailed & important information about the patient that will help with their medical care. - Past Medical Hx, Family Hx, Social Hx - Physical Exam: 💉Vitals: Blood Pressure, Pulse, Resp. Rate 💉HEENT: head, eyes, ears, neck, throat, & all cranial nerves testing 💉Back: range of motion & palpation 💉Lungs: Fremitus, percussion, auscultation, diaphragmatic excursion, thoracic expansion 💉Heart: JVP, capillary refill, carotids, PMI, palpation and auscultation 💉Abdomen: auscultation, percussion, palpation, rebound tenderness, liver and spleen span/percussion & palpation, special techniques (not graded today) 💉 Lower Extremities : ROM, strength, Valgus, Varus, McMurray’s, Drawer/Lachman, meniscus stress tests, palpation of limbs & of major arteries, vibration, proprioception, deep tendon reflexes, sensation 💉 Upper Extremities: same as lower limbs (except for lower limb stress tests), Phalen’s/Tinel, Allen (not graded today) 💉Special CNS/Cerebellar Function: stereognosis, graphesthesia, dysmetria, dysdiadochokinesia, pronation 💉Gait: Romberg, different types of walking 💉Mental Acuity We were given 70 minutes to complete the entire OSCE by memory on one patient. I was so unprepared this time last week, but practice really is key. Being a physician means getting your hands dirty, having difficult conversations, making all your patients as comfortable as you can, empathizing, showing compassion, & really listening to each patient. OSCEs use standardized patients, but I’ve come to treat every practice like the real thing bc there will come a point in time
Aaand the semester is complete! 3 months of emergency medicine and it was quite an experience. From county to community, to academic programs, I got a good feel of what I do and don’t like. Can’t believe it’s only a few more months left until graduation! Finishing off next semester with Radiology, Medical ICU, & Anesthesia. 3 week Christmas break starts NOW. Hope you all have a happy holidays! ✨ #whitecoatchronicles#emergencymedicine
I was leaving the library last week when I walked through these stacks and because my mind is so totally consumed by everything that is YouTube I set my camera down on the bookshelf, threw on my stethoscope and lanyard, grabbed the most brightly coloured book I could find and bam 💥 There's your thumbnail. With how busy everything is it's these spontaneous moments that keep me on schedule sometimes 😅 This is for a video that I posted on my YouTube channel today! If a week long VLOG revolving around med school life floats your boat then check it out! 🚤 link is in my bio! 📸: shout-out to whoever invented the photo self-timer feature
14 days till Christmas! Who’s excited? 🤩 —— Would you guys ever believe that in my 25 years of life, this will be the FIRST Christmas that there will be gifts under our Christmas tree? 😂 No kidding! We would always put up the tree but there won’t be any gifts under there. I guess we were raised that Christmas isn’t about getting gifts but about the Christian meaning of it which for me is better ❤️ But I’m happy that for the first time, there will be presents under there and it all came from @iambagzz which are for me and my parents and brothers. Isn’t he so sweet ❤️ —— Me along with @monolenpens and @wildeyesbujo are having a Giveaway! Check my previous post on how to join! . . . . . #studytips #notestagram #studyspiration #nursing #nursingstudent #studymotivation #studyblr #studygrammer #studyspo #studycommunity #brushlettering #medstudent #paperlessstudent #studynotes #studyspace #studygramcommunity #notes #anatomy #physiology #psychology #studytips #instastudy #bujo #calligraphy #studyaccount #studyhard #studystudystudy #university #mildliners #notetaking
Palatul CEC a implinit 155 de ani si am fost una dintre norocosii care au avut sansa sa il viziteze in interior. Este o cladire superba cu o incarcatura istorica extraordinara. . . Iar cel mai tare lucru este ca am impartasit aceasta experienta cu @andreea.balaban. Este la fel de dulce si naturala cum o vedeti pe youtube. ❤🙈 . . #teambalaban#cec_in #art#history#cecpalace#medlife#medstudent
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𝐂𝐨𝐦𝐦𝐞𝐧𝐭 𝐭𝐫𝐨𝐮𝐯𝐞𝐫 𝐬𝐚 𝐦𝐞𝐭𝐡𝐨𝐝𝐞 𝐝𝐞 𝐭𝐫𝐚𝐯𝐚𝐢𝐥 ? ⠀ Voici une question que beaucoup d'étudiants se posent, comment trouver sa méthode de travail? Moi, Je l'ai trouvé depuis la PACES mais ne pensez pas qu'elle est venu en un claquement de doigts 🙅♀️ je l’ai réellement trouvé au S2 de PACES, après avoir fortement réfléchi sur mon S1. ⠀ -Une méthode ça se recherche, c'est en faisant des erreurs que l'on apprend.- ⠀ 📌Tentez une première méthode, cela peut-être une méthode toute faite (je n'aime pas forcément les méthodes toutes faites, car elles ne sont pas adaptées à tout le monde mais essayez de l'adapter à votre rythme et là elle pourra peut-être vous aider, où être le socle de votre future méthode) ou continuez tout simplement à travailler comme vous avez l'habitude de faire. 📌Ensuite, Vous évaluez cette méthode en faisant des entraînements (annales, colles, CCB...) : 📌Si vos résultats sont mauvais c'est qu'il y a un souci. Essayez de modifier quelque chose, temps d'apprentissage sur certains cours, temps consacrés aux entraînements, temps perdus en faisant des fiches ou au contraire si les fiches vous sont bénéfiques ... 📌Si vos résultats sont bons, il semblerait que la méthode soit bonne alors, donc continué comme cela et continuer à faire des évaluations régulièrement afin de voir si vraiment les résultats sont bons avec cette méthode ⠀ [Q] Et vous vous avez trouvé votre méthode ? ⠀ #paces#paceslife#paes#medecinestudent#medicinestudent#medecine#medicine#premedstudent#studygram#studymotivation#etudiant#frenchstudent#studywithme#p1#medstudent#medical#studymotivation#motivation#cours#organisation#parties#school#medschoollife#medicalstudent#medicalscience#medicalstudents#babydoc#etudiantenmedecine#methode
Updates: I am officially committing to Emergency Medicine 🚑🚁🚨 Third year is easily my busiest year so far, and working with patients makes it all worthwhile. I apply to residency next fall and am starting to look for away rotations. More content to come in the future 🌞 any advice on applying is much appreciated!
FIGS HOLIDAY GIVEAWAY 🎄⠀ ⠀ This merry season I’ve teamed up with a few of my Figs homies to give 3 people their choice of a @wearfigs scrub set! ⠀ Get on our “nice” list & enter below! ☺️⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 1. Follow @wearfigs & my friends: ⠀ ⠀ @jennathewellnessnurse⠀ @livewellbylo⠀ @the.nurse.sarah⠀ @jakegrez⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 2. Like all of our giveaway photos!⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 3. Tag a friend below! More tags = more entries!⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Giveaway will run until 12/15 11:59pm PST. Participants must be age 18+ and reside in the US.
Finally done with my 1st semester of med school! 🎉 I’ve learned so much about myself over these last few months and how much I’m capable of. The days were long and filled with studying but it has been rewarding seeing all the hard work pay off. I know that it will continue being a difficult path from here but it’s so exciting learning clinically relevant things for my career! Every experience has been an amazing learning opportunity. I’m especially grateful for the friends I made here because of their constant support when times were rough. I’m so ready to de-stress these next few weeks!
🧬🎉 SCIENCE GIFT GUIDE & GIVEAWAY! 🧪🎁 . [EDIT: GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED 💕 but shops still open!] . Looking for something special for the science enthusiast on your list, or just wanna treat yourself to something cute?? Check out these ✨6 INCREDIBLE science artisans😍 who each fill their shops with items that empower fresh conversations about science and medicine! 💕 . I'll link to each shop in my story ↖️, and hope you'll consider shopping from small businesses & artists like them whenever you can! To get you started, I've partnered up with each shop to GIVE AWAY a special item that I love and hope you will love too! 🥰 . To enter the giveaway: . ✨ Leave a comment with the number(s) of the item(s) you like (1️⃣-6️⃣) . ✨ Follow the shop who makes the item(s)! . ✨ BONUS ENTRIES: drop another comment about how science art inspires you, and/or share this post in your story! . . Here are the items you can win (swipe through them all!): . 1️⃣ ANY gorgeous enamel pin from the @vcoterie shop, perfect for people who love a good nerdy pun! 😂 . 2️⃣ A t-shirt with a beautiful embroidered Purkinjie neuron (my favourite neuron!!) from @stitching_hew -- these were just released!! 😍 . 3️⃣ The stunningly illustrated Women of Science tarot card deck from @massivesci, a card game that helps us tell stories about our future based on principles of science! 🔮 . 4️⃣ An enamel pin *of your choosing* from the Queer Chemistry collection by @yas.petit.poulet to share your pride & love of chemistry! 🏳️🌈 . 5️⃣ Any "This Is What a ______ Looks Like" shirt from @thestemsquad Represent Collection, which comes in sizes XS-4XL 🙌🏼 . 6️⃣ 3 of your fave creatively cute science stickers from the @mypetcephalopod store! 🧬 . . This contest is 🌎OPEN INTERNATIONALLY🌏because science shouldn’t have borders. ❗️You MUST be following the artist to win their work! ❗️Winners will be chosen randomly & announced
Today is the FIRST DAY of our 12 days of Sketchy! We wanted to start off with a bang, so we are giving away one 6 month subscription and a workbook/shirt bundle of your choice! To enter: like this post and tag a friend in the comments. More comments = more entries! Winners announced in 24 hours! #12daysofsketchy
🥞Dawno nie było tu żadnego przepisu! Składa się na to kilka czynnikow: złe światło, duże zaangażowanie czasowe związane z codziennymi medycznymi pogadankami 📚 (jeśli ktoś nie wie o co chodzi to zapraszam Was do story i poprzedniego wpisu) oraz domowe zajęcia. Po prostu brakowało Mi czasu na wymyślenie potrawy, zrobienie, ładne sfotografowanie- bo wbrew pozorom jest to bardzo angażujące czasowo ⏰! . 🎄W tym roku za sprawą dekoracji i piosenek czuję już magię Świąt Bożegonarodzenia! Chciałam oddać odrobinę tego świątecznego klimatu na talerz- dlatego powstał omlet z przyprawą do piernika i prażonymi jabłkami z dodatkiem cynamonu 🍎. Jeśli odwzorujecie ten przepis to zachęcam was to oznaczenia mnie na story lub zdjęciu 📸. Gwarantuję Wam pyszny i zimowy smak! Smacznego 🥰. . ➡️ZIMOWY OMLET Z PRAŻONYMI JABŁKAMI Z CYNAMONEM⬅️ . 📌Składniki: ✅2 jajka, 🥚 ✅40 g mąki (u mnie 20g ryżowej i 20g pszennej), ✅2 łyżki mleka lub napoju roślinnego, 🥛 ✅jabłko, 🍎 ✅jogurt naturalny, 🍶 ✅10g ksylitolu, ✅przyprawy: cynamon, przyprawa do piernika, sól, 🥄 . 📌Przygotowanie: ✅Oddziel białka od żółtek, ✅Do białek dodaj szczyptę soli i ubij je na sztywną pianę (ja użyłam blendera i końcówki do ubijania białek), ✅Do żółtek dodaj: mąkę, mleko, ksylitol i większą szczyptę przyprawy do piernika, ✅Do wyżej wymienionych składników dodaj ubite białka i zmiksuj całość na jednorodną masę (ja użyłam ponownie końcówki do ubijania białek), ✅Omlet usmaż z dwóch stron pod przykryciem na odrobinie dowolnego tłuszczu (ja użyłam oleju rzepakowego), ✅Na drugiej patelni/w garnku na 2 łyżkach wody upraż jedno średniej wielkości jabłko z dodatkiem cynamonu, ✅Usmażony omlet posmaruj jogurtem naturalnym, na który połóż uprażone jabłka, ✅Smacznego ❤️
Kindness goes a long way. ⠀ ⠀ One of my patient’s mothers made me this scarf, and it may sound sappy but I welled up with tears when I opened the package. ⠀ ⠀ While most of my patients are doing well, lately it feels like more have not had as much improvement as we’d hoped or have experienced setbacks. I know how hard this is for them and can’t help but carry it with me. There are many days when we celebrate victories, but there are others when I leave feeling somewhat defeated. ⠀ ⠀ This account showcases success stories, but I think it’s important for me to point out that there are plenty of patients who I haven’t been able to help as much as I’d like. But we keep trying. ⠀ ⠀ My greatest gifts as a physician are my relationships with patients and families, and while that is really more than enough, I can’t help but admit that especially on those tougher days getting a token of appreciation like this means so much 💙⠀ ⠀