⭐️[Why youth mental health matters] ⭐️Today I paid a visit to @unyouthfinlans to tell about my plans for my coming year as Finland's UN Youth Delegate. As you already know, my main focus will be youth #mentalhealth ! ⭐️Why youth #mentalhealth ? ⭐️70% of mental health problems are diagnosed by the age of 25. Effective treatment in the early phase leads to lower risk of social exclusion and well, to a better life. ⭐️In a cohort study in Finland, 20% of the people born in -87 had used mental health services and/or medication. ⭐️1 dollar spend on mental health treatment leads to a return of 4 dollars in better health and ability to work. ⭐️Yet, stigma, lack of funding, dysfunctional health systems lead to only a small percentage of people struggling mental health getting treatment. ⭐️Globally, only 20% of people suffering from depression get help. ⭐️Low income countries spend only 1% of their health budget on health. High income countries 5%. The real cost of mental health problems is almost 15% of the whole disease burden. ⭐️Situation won't change before we engage to solve it. Mental health patients are often excluded from political decision making processes. ⭐️Yet, there is no us&them in mental health: we all know someone who is struggling or has struggled. ⭐️That's why we all have to get active in advocating for better mental health. ⭐️Feel free to tag a decision maker that you think should work on mental health!
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. Who are you?
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7. Best memory in medical school?
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14. How do you stay motivated in medical school?
15. What are your best tips for future medical students?
Pensei muito se faria essa postagem. Mas cheguei à conclusão de que, se uso esse studygram como uma forma de diário, eu deveria deixar registrado aqui esse momento.
Essa nota em redação representa muito pra mim. Desde a 1 vez que fiz o Enem, o meu maior medo era nunca conseguir fazer um bom texto e tirar uma boa nota. Em 2015, no meu 1° ano do ensino médio, tirei 580. Não fazia ideia do que era escrever uma dissertação, nem de o que era uma proposta de intervenção. Em 2016, no meu 2° ano, estudei mais, treinei no colégio (estudei em uma escola pública), mas me atrapalhei muito com o tempo. Resultado: 680. Ainda sim, fiquei extremamente feliz, já que havia aumentado 100 pontos. Em 2017, resolvi correr atrás de ajuda, morria de medo de não conseguir evoluir no meu 3° ano. Escrevia semanalmente sobre temas que meus professores passavam, às vezes 2, 3 textos por semana. Mas, claro, deixei de escrever em algumas semanas, a correria da rotina no colégio muitas vezes me impedia de treinar. Cheguei a pensar que não conseguiria sequer chegar aos 800, que a minha dificuldade com a redação não seria superada. Mas, claramente, eu estava errada. Quando abri o site do inep, não consigo descrever emoção que senti. Parecia um sonho se realizando, tudo se encaixando perfeitamente... Só tenho a agradecer a Deus por esse presente, e dizer a vocês que, por favor, nunca desistam. Não há nenhuma dificuldade nesse mundo que não possa ser superada. A sua hora vai chegar, creia e busque pacientemente. Vai dar tudo certo. 🙏❤❤❤ -
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An intramedullary nail (IM nail) or inter-locking nail or Küntscher nail (without proximal or distal fixation), is a metal rod forced into the medullary cavity of a bone. IM nails have long been used to treat fractures of long bones of the body.
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I am not sure where you guys are on your studying journey, whether for exams for basic sciences, step 1, shelf, step 2, or even doing step 1 and step 2 one after the other (or other exams, such as those in radio tech, EMT, nursing, PA route), I hope your having an awesome study day! .
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Anyone working towards Step 1 and wanting to know how to study for step 1 using First Aid, check out my (honest AF) thoughts on it!!! Like always, I try to be completely honest :) !! The very best of luck on whatever journey you guys are in!!! Let’s make today a good, productive day! #firstaid#study#studyhard
Balancing a new full time job with my jewelry business has been super tough. Thank you for all of your patience & support during my social media silence. I'm finally figuring out a rhythm. 💗
In other news: I've been meaning to add a thyroid to my itty-bitty collection for a while now. Sending this little gland away to be plated in rose gold! Very excited to see how that turns out!
Last week I interviewed Trent Brookshier, a 3rd year medical student in sunny Los Angeles, California! Follow @tobybluewolf to see his journey through medical school with his wife, son (soon to be 2 sons!), and adorable fur-babies by his side! Here are some highlights from our chat 🎤:
Q: How do you balance relationships/family/significant others? Trent: "All the loved ones in your life can be seen as burdens or blessings. When you correctly calibrate your perspective you realize what an advantage it is to have these people in your life. For me personally, I found it very difficult to study at home, so I spent more time on campus to study after classes. Since I maximized my time outside of the house, this allowed me to devote precious time to my wife and new born baby. Also, no matter how busy I was I always tried to take the first hour I got home to give undivided attention to my family." •
Q: What is your advice to medical students? Trent: "Volunteer whenever you get the chance. You will always feel like you are busy, but you are never too busy to give up half a day to help others. And you can benefit too - this is how I learned how to debride wounds, take detailed histories, and properly hold instruments." •
Q: What do you want to specialize in? Trent: "I want to be a Foot/Ankle surgeon! I played basketball/football throughout high school and college. Various injuries lead to 5 different surgeries. If I did not have the exceptional surgical care that I got then I never would have recovered and be able to do what I love. I can't wait to help others in the same way." .
¡Creemos en la Terapia con Esencias Florales! Nuestra Dra. Karyna Arteaga es especialista en terapias con esencias florales, Flores de Bach y Flores Andinas. ¡Saca una cita y descubre los grandiosos beneficios de esta terapia! #Medigreen