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Keep doing!
I stayed in my room all the day today doing nothing. Nothing means studying but without any concentration. What the hell I have been doing... I was supposed to prepare for an exam coming up on the day after tomorrow.

Anyway, I still have time to study. I should be ready for all three exams so that I can enjoy on the spring break without any reserve. I swear!

I am learning a lot at clinic. Today, I tried for the first time taking treatment notes which Mike is always making for each patient so that we can go over patient's changes in their conditions. Some get better so fast, but other recovers from injury very slowly. We have to find out what factors are preventing them from recovering fast and vice versa. By doing this, we can gain new experience about patient's injuries which we have never seen or never understood, and will be able to apply these experience to the future patients who are suffering from same symptoms. I guess, as my experience enlarges, I will be able to understand more about patient’s detailed conditions. I hope that day comes to me soon!!

At the same time, however, working at clinic involved some boring stuff such as laundry, cleaning and bunch of paper works, and sometimes we have hard time to communicate with patients because of their unusual personalities. And I know studying from books or other sources are definitely important to get the knowledge. But spending much time at practical place which sometimes seems to be kind of waste of time are also really important to be a great clinician.

I will study hard to get used to taking SOAP notes and treatment note as well so I can help Mike without other's helps! I know it's gonna take a while.... Keep doing!!


OK I will back to work. See ya!



Japanese
ARAU
to wash something.

you can use when saying "I am washing my hands, so wait a sec.. "
WATASHI HA(I am) TE(hands) WO ARATTE IMASU.

or you can just say "te wo arau"
I wrote about "wait a sec" on the last blog, so you can say "ima(now) te wo aratte imasu. sukosi (or chotto) matte!!" when I knock on your door.


try this!!



new expression
ドアを_回ノックする
give __ knocks on the door
break a door open // force a door open
I knocked on the door, but no one answered.


His purpose in working there is primarily to gain experience
acquire experience
accumulate [acquire, gain] experience in
get practical experience
経験を積むにつれ
as one's experience enlarges
強調文
before gaining sufficient [enough] experience
でかなりの経験を積む
develop a strong background in

accumulate considerable experience

apply for a scholarship
奨学金を申し込む
apply for a student visa
申請する

apply to
apply to a broad range of
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