this was in front of my flat, students were running for the hall representative election. beats boring poster with memorundum coz i dont think people actually read the posters. well at least i never do.
and i found this on the dessert aisle in Tesco, it is an EDIBLE cake, *ahem*
mum's artwork on dad's feet using iodine. i wanna be a pediatrician who paints smile-y faces onto teary kido's wound=)
1 of our anatomy models, its a section through the head where the inner structures are visible, should have taken a pic from the inside
us girls were outraged by this, a childish boy fiddled with the lecture laptop to generate this desktop background on the lecture slides. our lecturer for the day was late for half an hour, and it turned out she had to stop on her way to help out in a road accident. she didnt just show up late for no apparent reason.
and for my last firm 1 placement, we learned how to draw blood.... from a fake arm!
here's a snapshot of the "fake arm"
yesh, a lovely block of brown plasticine with hollow blue tube resembling the veins we're suppose to perform venepuncture on. exciting ,no?
no blood drawn in reality, though we have to put on gloves and everything just to simulate the actual procedure. my firm 1 friend who has received her blood test certificate got to draw blood from the GP ( the doctor) after a few tries on the plasticine! i hope i get mine soon=)
and have been having basic life support lessons on monday nights. never knew chest compression on a dummy is so energy consuming. we even learned how to operate an
AED (Automated External Defibrillator )自動體外心臟去顫器