Clinic is packed right now! Student Clinic has started and we have
38 interns in the afternoon main clinic! We are running around
helping Student Clinic plus treating patients. It's a great
learning experience and the front desk is definitely busy.
This week of clinic has been great in respect to my numbers. It
was very hard to put myself out there, email tons of people to come
get treated, and wait for responses. As long as I continue with
this pace for the rest of the trimester, I will be guaranteed to
graduate! EEEK! My colleagues and I are all a bit nervous about our
numbers, but I am trying to stay positive because I know so many
people before me have finished.
My ND classes are keeping me busy among all the clinical things
that pack my DC schedule. Here is my schedule:
Advanced Endocrinology & Lab Diagnosis 10a-12p
Homeopathy IV 10a-12p
Homeopathy IV 8a-10a
Within that schedule, I have about 10 days scattered across the
trimester that I will be treating college athletes at DePaul,
Benedictine and Northwestern universities with Dr. Solecki in the
mornings - AND I am studying for Part IV boards that I have
November 12th-13th! My adrenal glands are definitely pumping out
that cortisol! Whew! Wish me luck!
This weekend, we went to Ryan's friend's wedding in Utica,
Michigan. It was a nice reunion for him to see all his best friends
again. Overall we had so much fun!! We had a long drive home, but
it was worth it. Next weekend, we are going to take my nephew with
my family to the apple orchard!
So…did you know that the school will give you an opportunity to
take out additional funds for a new computer? (Apple or Dell.) As a
student here, you will find quickly that a computer is definitely
necessary to have to make presentations, write papers and do
research. You will be taking out additional funds for it, but if
you do not have a computer, it is worth it! I just learned about
this opportunity so I thought I should share it with you!
Well, enjoy the weather, put those cute boots on with a cute
sweater, and have some apple cider! That's what I'm going to