It’s kind of been an entire month.
To be fair, I’ve been on vacation for a while and going to Australia is a lot of work. So I’ve been busy doing life things and enjoying that my aussie friends say I have an accent.
I already want to go back.
Anyways, my final note for my neuro rotation was like I really liked it and I’m low key upset that I liked it as much as I did because my experience learning neuro in my first year was so bad I can’t believe I’m betraying myself. I know it’s because the PhD that taught it was one of the nastiest people I’ve ever encountered and I’m basing a subject I actually do like on a single experience but trauma is trauma, you know?
Anyways, I’m now on the floor, but not night float. Just the floor. So maybe better sleep, but I’m predicting not. Where night float is more hours, inpatient floor is more written and dictated work. Luckily, the floors have been getting killed like they did my first round. I thought that would be the case, which is the opposite of most pediatric hospitals. Winter is generally high season due to RSV and bronchiolitis and asthma and croup and all that jazz, but because I’m in a more vacation type area the population halves in the winter. We’ll see how the rest of the month holds out.