Due to some family schedules, Mbak Rani (the psychologist of Puskesmas Depok I) asked me to take over her duty on this weekend: today and tomorrow. As usual, this place is lack of clients (aaaggghhhh…). I considered it as “OK, it’s 9 o’clock and no clients are coming, and it seems like it won’t.” and then I go downstairs, sat around pharmacist room. But I didn’t take too long to realize that I was wrong. Finally I heard the registry officer called my name and gave me a medical record, which meant “I’ve got a client!”. Yeah, that was my first client.
Hahaa… it’s been so long since my last post about my internship.
Quite stressful actually, that’s why I better not to write anything about it…
OK, today’s activity is about hajj pilgrimages medical check up. I handled the Barthel Index checking for > 60 yrs-old pilgrimages…
Hmmm… same question from some of them: Continue reading
Ms. Ning (lab staff in health center where I’m working at) suddenly ran to my room with a phone call on. She looked so panic and confused. I was in my room with a physiotherapist and her kiddy patient. Then Ms. Ning asked me whether I had any on-going/planned activity or not. She told me about her cousin who had been in a depressed state. Actually Ms. Ning sought for doctors, but it was late on afternoon, most of doctors were preparing for going home. She also asked for some diazepam, but she couldn’t get it cuz druggists aren’t allowed to give any medications without doctor’s prescription. Even they suggested psychologist first instead of drugs. Fortunately I had no appointment and ready to help in any needs. Continue reading
I got my headache getting worse when I arrived at my office (in my campus). I hadn’t got lunch yet, indeed, but I ate some biscuits (free biscuits stored in my cabinet at puskesmas,,). CLicK heRe foR conTiNue reaDiNg…>>>