After the ward round, we got back to our room/workstation - then we started discussing about stuff that we are not supposed to mention in front of the patient. What are the "stuffs" that we are not supposed to discuss in the presence of the patients? Stuff that we have no idea what the hell it was and we need to refer to the books :P hahaa... kidding.. again. There are "things" that docs are not supposed to discuss in front of the patients - the prognosis , the unconfirmed diagnosis ... bla bla... those kind of thing. Ok, as we reached the afternoon break- we all headed to the cafeteria , but at my current hospital - the cafeteria located pretty far away , therefore we all just settled down with this small stall ( in the photo above ), based near the hospital entrance.
Unfortunately , today the unexpected happened. On our way back home - from the hospital to the metro station - there was a small accident. What made it worse was that , these electric buses ( called troleybus in russian ) cant overtake each other. Should one of the electric bus is stucked , the rest will follow. Hence, u can see this long que of these electric buses waiting for the accident to be cleared up. Took us more than 30mins to reach the metro from the hospital. Plus another 1 hour in the metro to reach the apartment .... we spent approximately 2 hours travelling ( one way ) today.... sighh....
So, that was it - a day in my life :) Not that boring actually, I usually spent my hours in the metro reading books. ( reading is actually categorized as a "boring" past time ) In a way, it's good for me. Since I have nothing else to do while travelling , I ended up reading a lot ( medical books) - which in this case , something that I really need since I'll be becoming a real doc very soon..... eventually.. everything does happened for a reason :) always think positive even in the worst condition!
P/S - sorry for the poor quality of the photos - taken using the phonecam :)