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    (Original post by digitalis)
    Ah, my legacy lives on!
    Including your mis-spelling of my name!
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    Up at six, leaving at seven, lectures at the hospital at 8.

    Mother of god.
    7:30am surgical hand-overs weren't too much fun... especially when you live nearly 30 miles away. I'm just glad I was required to function during these meetings.
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    Up at six, leaving at seven, lectures at the hospital at 8.

    Mother of god.

    And thats not normal because?
    I had to be at a hospital 30ish miles away each morning so up at 5 to be there by 8 - i have to get the bus, and its in the middle of nowhere.
    Wait until you have the fun of the night shifts and doing 9am - 10pm on the late after lectures.
    Oh reality sucks.
    Really wish id started my presentation due at 12pm today earlier than ten minutes ago. Oh well.
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    Up at six, leaving at seven, lectures at the hospital at 8.

    Mother of god.
    Try leaving half an hour earlier and then you can moan to me


    As for loud flatmates mine are pretty good unless they play drunk monopoly which somehow involves screaming and never seems to end...
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    Can't believe they shut down megaupload and megavideo :cry:

    On the plus side means I'll actually get some work done this weekend.
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    (Original post by Isometrix)
    Can't believe they shut down megaupload and megavideo :cry:

    On the plus side means I'll actually get some work done this weekend.
    Who uses those anyways :dontknow:

    There are tons of better ones without a 72min streaming limit
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    (Original post by Vulpes)
    Who uses those anyways :dontknow:

    There are tons of better ones without a 72min streaming limit
    I did! Almost every evening

    I'll be in touch with you later..
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    (Original post by Isometrix)
    I did! Almost every evening

    I'll be in touch with you later..
    All you have to do is ████ ████ ████████ ████████ ████ ███ ███ ██████████

    Edit: This post has been censored by SOPA.
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    (Original post by Isometrix)
    Can't believe they shut down megaupload and megavideo :cry:

    On the plus side means I'll actually get some work done this weekend.
    what! Megavideo has gone?! ! *devastation*!
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    Does anyone have access to the american journal of psych please? Writing coursework on models of Schizophrenia - helpfully Imperial doesn't have access to the majority of the papers and this one looks like gold dust...

    Recent advances in the phencyclidine model of schizophrenia.
    Javitt, Daniel C.;Zukin, Stephen R.
    The American Journal of Psychiatry, Vol 148(10), Oct 1991, 1301-1308.

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    (Original post by Jamie)
    Wow, what a mess.

    (Original post by Kinkerz)
    It is a pretty unintuitive diagram.
    Watch this video

    http://www.neonet.ch/assets/cotm/dow...oagulation.mov
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    That is better.

    The clotting cascade is one of those things that is really difficult to retain (and, actually, largely unnecessary to retain). You can learn it really well at the time and then it just dissipates within a really short space of time. Like microbiology and biochemistry.
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    (Original post by buzzcat)
    Does anyone have access to the american journal of psych please? Writing coursework on models of Schizophrenia - helpfully Imperial doesn't have access to the majority of the papers and this one looks like gold dust...

    Recent advances in the phencyclidine model of schizophrenia.
    Javitt, Daniel C.;Zukin, Stephen R.
    The American Journal of Psychiatry, Vol 148(10), Oct 1991, 1301-1308.

    Reward: funny GIF
    No, access from 1997 onwards - funnily enough, college dosn't have the most recent one year - as if they don't want us to read the most recent stuff. Email the author?
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      hahaha
      Tenase complex.
      i.e. the enzyme that cuts ten into two bits.
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        (Original post by buzzcat)
        Does anyone have access to the american journal of psych please? Writing coursework on models of Schizophrenia - helpfully Imperial doesn't have access to the majority of the papers and this one looks like gold dust...

        Recent advances in the phencyclidine model of schizophrenia.
        Javitt, Daniel C.;Zukin, Stephen R.
        The American Journal of Psychiatry, Vol 148(10), Oct 1991, 1301-1308.

        Reward: funny GIF
        shhhhh never say imperial doesn't have everything in public.
        They have eyes and ears everywhere...
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        (Original post by xconfetti)
        On the plus side, had a brilliant hospital visit today
        It sounds like they've changed the hospital visits for the better from last year. What did you get up to?

        (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
        Up at six, leaving at seven, lectures at the hospital at 8.

        Mother of god.
        :sadnod:

        (Original post by fairy spangles)
        I had to be at a hospital 30ish miles away each morning so up at 5 to be there by 8 - i have to get the bus, and its in the middle of nowhere.
        I have a GP placement so rural, to get there by public transport, I would get there 45 minutes after I was meant to start and it would require 2 buses, and a train ride. Or take me 4 hours if I wanted to go only by bus. I am so hoping my car doesn't spaz at all anytime this year. It's very pretty in the countryside but it's completely put me off applying to northern deanery.
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        "Hi I'm Beska and I'm a first year medical student, can I talk to you for a bit about why you're here?"

        "Yes doctor, go ahead."

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        (Original post by Beska)
        "Hi I'm Beska and I'm a first year medical student, can I talk to you for a bit about why you're here?"

        "Yes doctor, go ahead."

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        I would take it as a massive compliment, mate.
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        I reckon that's more from the fact that patients (especially older ones) don't know how to address you as a medical student.
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        (Original post by Beska)
        "Hi I'm Beska and I'm a first year medical student, can I talk to you for a bit about why you're here?"

        "Yes doctor, go ahead."

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        Rather that than "Hello, I'm Helen B, one of the on-call doctors....full clerking...examination...explana tion of diagnosis/differential and management plan..."

        "Thank you nurse, but when am I going to see the doctor?"
       
       
       
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