Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Of Short White Coats and Stethoscopes

Of Short White Coats and Stethoscopes almost instantly reminded me of a post by another blogger, one of the first that was linked from here actually, and his post where he explains about the Respect Line and a white coat should majestically flow beyond this line if a med student (or doctor) wants respect from his/her patients. But that's another blog.

Of Short White Coats and Stethoscopes is written by Calavera in London, UK. Calavera writes about her adventures in med school, such as when she Chinwagged with the Hotshots of the Emergency Medicine world at the CEM or the Dumb Things She's Done Today. And some posts are just so full of thrill and suspense that you can barely stay in your seat because that's how bad you want to study medicine.

And of course, it's not all about medicine. The underground in London also has it's spotlight on Of Short White Coats and Stethoscopes.

2 Comments:

At December 10, 2006 at 3:50 AM, Blogger CCLCM Student said...

Hey,

First year med student from the US here. How do I go about getting added to the medical blog ring?

CCLCM Student

 
At January 28, 2011 at 2:16 PM, Anonymous viagra online said...

Well I guess have a white coat or a Stethoscope put it on doesn't mean your are a good doctor, that are just accesories and many "doctors" have the Stethoscope put it on all day, like sating, look I'm a doctor...
Thanks

 

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