Author Archives: drvolcanoe

Renewing Malaysian Passport in Melbourne – 5 Star

After months of procrastinating for one reason or another, finally dragged myself to the Malaysian consulate-general today. Struggled to wake up in the morning after my usual night shift. So, I wasn’t there before the doors opened at 930am as planned. … Continue reading

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Advice from a Patient

Sometimes when pressed for time, we forget. But when the tables are turned and we, the carer ourselves are patients, we understand & remember these better. It always pays to be courteous and respectful, whichever side we are on. A … Continue reading

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Soul Wrenching Exams

2018.2 AKT & KFP Exams. 4 weeks on, still reeling from the shock of the exams. Life goes on, was back to work the morning after the second paper. In summary – soul-wrenching.  The trial exams by college and the … Continue reading

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The Journey Began

A lot has changed in the past few years. Now, one needs to get RACGP assessment done prior to applying for a job in local GP setting. October 2017 marked 4 years of Australian General Practice experience for me. Due … Continue reading

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Kids Say…

Not only the darnest, but the wisest things too ❤ Personally, have learnt that one learns to live life to the fullest from those who are dying. One learns much about life itself through the innocent eyes of kiddos. Put … Continue reading

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Dedicated to all NICU 👶🏻 Graduates🎓

Been reminiscing my Paediatrics days,  especially those days and nights in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) alot recently! A cool piece dedicated to all the champions who are the youngest to be labelled as graduates in life. 😎 Rock on … Continue reading

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A Miraculous Day 3 years ago

3 years ago 27.07.15 – A narrow escape. 🚗I always look back and say that road accident spurred me to leave my first job here, without waiting for my general registration. I even postponed my AMC clinical exam 📚dates to … Continue reading

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