Friday, April 25, 2008

The Practical Training II


2 weeks and 2 days of practical training is already done. 10 weeks more to go. That means I’m done in the hematology/clinical section of the lab of Hospital Banting which I found quite so-so interesting.

Next is Blood Bank section, which I think will be very interesting because I never tried most of the experiments conducted in the section. G6PD screening is the most awaited experiment because that used to be my topic during doing thesis for Hematology and Oncology SBM 3034.

I heard many instances of students not enjoying their internship mainly because choosing, or may be given the wrong place. Some just can see the working staffs conducting the experiments without trying them by themselves; some find they are tortured doing numerous works where as they are actually not paid; and some are even doing things that are not related to their field! Can you imagine, a student is asked to design vision and mission of the company? What does the company think an intern supposed to do? Being unpaid labor?

However, that’s all depending upon your own choice. If you are ready to do labor works during internship while in the same time learning a lot from the hardship, that’s fine. If you are looking for leisure, you better ask the senior where they do their internship and how did they find it – interesting or not.

I still remember this brother did his internship far in the jungle of Pahang but in the end he enjoyed what he did because the staffs there are so damn good. They were good in a way that the experience working with them is one of a kind! You won’t find it anywhere else but there and there only.

Ok, I know I’m still not being objective here. Who am I to explain deeper right? It’s because I am still doing the practical training and not even half of the period is done.

Now back to myself, I have to keep on maintaining the favorable atmosphere of the practical training that I am in now. From time to time along the 12-week period I’ll be exposed to different experiences and insya-Allah I will be ready to face anything. It’s just a matter of how I deal with those things and how fast I can adapt to the changes they may cause and cost.

11 comments:

Sarah Ilya said...

Hi zaki!(^_^) assalamualaikum. kat hospital banting xde makmal histology ye? hmm..do u know dat kementerian pelajaran decide dat student biomedic akan difokuskan lebih bhgn histology, hematology n cytology. dis is told by
one of the pakar patologi kat hospital serdang la..sbb aku tgk schedule ko, 3 mggu kat lab microbe..

arshana said...

Wah, snggh positif. Bagus2. :)

Far said...

kat hosp banting, makmal hematology manual ker machine ekk?:)

szakif said...

far..
kat hospital banting kat bahagian hematology guna machine for FBC, Urine FEME.

Far said...

cooll...

eyra said...

hi zaki! kabare? Sronok jer bace blog ko! dh lame aku x singgah cni..hehe..

NMZ said...

it was the matter of adopting at the first stage, and then only try to adapt ourselves with given surroundings/conditions. That's the only way for us to enjoy what we have. InshaAllah..

FauzaN said...

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gua dalam usaha untuk achieve sumthing dulu, nanti dah tercapai gua update blog. doa gua berjaya. TQ

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Matematis Muda said...

Kamu sememangnya banyak gambar2 di pantai ya?

myadlan said...

wa.. sounds fun rite doing internship. insyaallah i'll doing dat in july. can't wait..

all the best yea..

luppi said...

yg penting experience, pengalaman bekerja, and lots n lotsa fun! Bg aku x kisah je internship takde kaitan pun, yg penting sronok. Kalo anda jenis yg suka dan teruja berada dlm lab 24hr, atau suka wat keje database je tiap hari, dats all dat matters :p as long as u like what u're doing n not regretting it one bit :)

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