Grand Rounds 3.23 is up at Musings of a Dinosaur. The #1 Dinosaur has put up a very slick collection of posts, loosely centred around the theme that the only thing that doesn't change about life is that things change. In fact she says the more things change the more they stay the same, but they still change. So what she's saying is that things change but don't change, and in not changing they change, so in the end they change. But without changing. Only they do.
(Ow, my head hurts. --Editor)
A couple of medical students made it into this edition of Grand Rounds...MedStudentGod over at Creating The Godcomplex, and Vitum Medicinus, whose entry also begins with a dinosaur name. I'm surprised it took me so long to discover him. Guess you could say I'm a bit of a DINOSAUR. (Ooh, so many lame dinosaur jokes! I'm on a ROLL, baby. --Ed)
Speaking of dinosaurs, the incredibly modern and ultra-efficient MTAS system, which has been praised by doctors to the high heavens for making their lives so much easier, yields results this week. Good luck to everyone waiting to see if their names have been pulled out of the MMC hat. I've got all my fingers AND toes crossed for you (never mind that the cramps in said fingers and toes have gotten so bad that I've got an ambulance team permanently following me around. --Ed)
Another lesser-known lottery going on is the Cambridge clinical school application program, for which results are also coming out. Again, good luck to all of you. It seems so far off for me, I feel I'll surely be as old as a dinosaur when I get to that stage. (Ooh see what I did there? Hardehar --Ed)
(Credit for the MTAS Lottery image goes to Professor Scrub, the old dinosaur. --Ed)