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    (Original post by Fluffy)
    I can recommend a good book for genetics!

    For me - probably pharmacology and then taking that forward as safe prescribing.
    This right here. This is absolutely what scares me most about the next twelve months, getting confident at sticking drugs in people.
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    Defo, Anatomy / Physiology

    Goddamn it, so much to memorize, and those damn colouring books don't help.
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    Patient experience reflection.
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    (Original post by No Future)
    motivation
    This.

    Or if you want a serious answer: Anatomy or Biochemistry.
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    anatomy - so very anatomy
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    I've just finished first year, and I would say I found embryology the hardest in terms of understanding its content, because I find it hard to get a 3D picture of the growing foetus from reading text and looking at 2D images. But it hasn't been the bulkiest subject in terms of volume of work.
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    Pharm. Just because it's bloody boring.
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    Nailing.

    I just can't get that fifth pint to stay down.
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    (Original post by AEH)
    This right here. This is absolutely what scares me most about the next twelve months, getting confident at sticking drugs in people.
    It comes with time.

    (I hope, I just had to ask about scribing lactulose :o: )
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    any subject that you know wont be of use in the future is generally a turn off. not ard itself, but ard becos you cant bear to keep a book on the subject open for more than ten seconds when you know you want to be learning somefing far more worthwhile.

    thus biochem.
    non clinically related anatomy, embryology.
 
 
 
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