But here are some of the things I'm involved in that are coming up, and that you can look forward to (some only if you go to NJMS and some only if you're in my family, sorrrrrry):
- My review (on this very blog!) of Dr. Tony Youn's book "In Stitches," a humorous take on his journey through med school
- Lecture by Dr. Jaime Torres, regional director of Human Health Services on the future of US Healthcare (Mon, 10/24)
- Primary Care Careers Dinner Banquet (Wed, 11/16) to celebrate National Primary Care Week
- LGBT and AMSA are sponsoring a panel on what it's like to be out and in medicine (Thurs, 11/3) in honor of National Coming Out Week
- Global Health 101's major event of the year, Around the World in 80 Minutes, where students teach everyone about the healthcare system and health issues of different countries and serve food from that country (Wed, 11/2)
- Our first test for our new class today (take-home, but closed book - I really wonder how many people in the class will actually be honest with that)
- Some very fun family events this weekend! :)
Lastlyyyyy, I just started the third book in the Game of Thrones series and it has really been taking up a large portion of my non-studying time. In fact, had I not started it, I probably would have had time for a blog post, and to finish studying for my test already, and to run a marathon, and to learn how to play the guitar, and to learn a new language, and to....
To read excerpts and learn more about "In Stitches," check out Dr. Youn's website here
To learn more about National Primary Care Week or Primary Care Progress (the organization), click on their names.
To learn more about angora rabbits, click here