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Currently located somewhere inland, rural Australia, working as a medical registrar. It's part of our training. Quite good for experience, actually, because there's no specialty units immediately available so we have to take everything ourselves, with the chance that our consultants are specialists in a particular area (we have a cardiologist, gastroenterologist, and renal physician, so if it's anything else, you do what you can!)
Thus marks the time where I stop being the intern/resident the registrar orders around, and actually start thinking and making decisions. Truth be told I was pretty scared. But then again I always have this trepidation whenever I'm about to take another step up the hierarchy. That's just the nature of the job: there's no real way of easing into it, you just have to start doing and hope that you paid enough attention and developed sufficiently along the way.
So far so good I guess.
Also E! gets back from her overseas trip (post-doc interviews with various labs and a conference in Hawaii) today, after which she'll be visiting
Okay back to housekeeping and study for me.