Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.
Counting down for my end of semester 3 examination wuaaaa mygaddd so cuak. I hope it's still not too late to update about my elective posting experience. To be in the wards was totally different from the time when we were in the labour room and clinics. We could do almost nothing as our supervisor had warned us not to touch the patient, not to take photos of patient or with the patient, not to do this, not to do that. Still terngiang-ngiang in my ears when she said, "Don't mess up with anything." (We nodded slowly dengan muka takut and kept silent).
We read a few case files, then another one, and another one. Most of the time, we read case files. Another time when we were not.. we stood quietly in front of a patient's bed, thinking of what we should do. Haha yes, that bored. Boredom struck since the first day of our posting, nonetheless we still managed to learn something. Looking at us who looked clueless and didn't know what else to do other than checking the case files, a medical student from another university approached us and taught us a few components that we should ask when clerking a patient in the obstetrics ward as it's not the same as the usual medical one. Ada lah clerk patient sorang dua orang, then continued looking each other (Tiara and I), thinking what shall we do next haha.
On the third day, we went to meet our supervisor, Dr S to give her our evaluation forms. After a few times of "Apakata kita suruh doctor lain sign" "Kena ke jumpa dia jugak" and whatnots, we made our mind and nak tak nak we had to meet her, because we already told her at the first place. Slowly stepped into her clinic and the most incredible-I-never-imagine-it-before thing happened and guess what?!
Yesss, the specialist who we met on the first day of week 1 yang bagi warnings itu ini. She signed, gave the feedback forms back to us and said 'Good luck' with another bright smile. From a fierce-looking woman who we were afraid of to a gentle-and-nice woman who looked really kind! I reckon she warned us this and that for the benefits of both sides.
'twas the last day of our elective posting, so we decided to take a photo or two as memories. Maka, bergambarlah kami di hadapan Wad Bersalin Hospital Kuala Lumpur.
As to celebrate the end of our elective posting and the start of our study week break, we had our lunch at Sushi King and decided to pay a visit to the National Museum. Selalu pergi muzium kapal kapal kat Melaka je, never gone to any in Kuala Lumpur. Excited because I do love going to a museum, plus got the chance to go with someone who loves it too; Tiara hehe. Unfortunately, little did we know the weather was not going to stay bright and sunny, and the rain was getting heavier by the time we arrived there. With no near car park available after dah pusing berpuluh kali, we bade goodbye to the museum and drove back to Vista.
In the middle of our journey, I mistakenly told the wrong way, Tiara made a wrong turn (because of me) and we had to follow another route. Accidentally, we found another museum! It was the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia. Visiting an art museum is on my bucket list! So here's to the ticking off another thing in my bucket list, Alhamdulillah!
KHAYAMIYA: KHEDIVAL TO CONTEMPORARY - THE TENTMAKERS OF CAIRO
POTRAYAL OF PAKISTAN BY AWAIS YAQUB
I love how Awais Yaqub took those photos from different perspectives, making each photo has its own mission to tell story to those who understand.
|Tekunnya Ardilla tengok haha|