September 30, 2015

To the clinics!

If they say that the 2nd year’s the most academically challenging year in our curriculum, then the 3rd year or the ICC (Introduction to Clinical Clerkship) year is dubbed the most benign. This year, we will be introduced to clinics as we rotate under the different specialties in the Out-Patient Department (OPD). Finally, after 2 years of sitting inside the classroom with only occasional clinical exposures during ward works, and OSCEs, we’re now in the clinics (with occasional sitting inside the classroom).

While I’m happy to be done with endless lectures and exams, I’m also anxious. We have patients to see, procedures to perform, and doctors to answer to, and I’m not quite sure how those things will go.

My idea of what this year will be like is still vague but I’m really hoping that it’s as benign as they say. I wish to record the events as we rotate in the clinics so that by the end of the year, you’ll be the judge.

This will be the first, and hopefully not the last entry during my ICC year. I’m definitely looking forward to sharing stories with you!


  1. Hi po! Sa UP ka din po nag bs biology?

  2. Hi, thanks for your comment on my blog. Keep the good work.


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