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This year marks the centenary of the beginning of the First World War. Oxford University Press is sharing numerous resources for scholars and students looking for new understanding of the war and its legacy: the physical trauma of the war and the rapid changes in the medical field in the…

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coffeesweetbalm:

My degree

coffeesweetbalm:

My degree

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Aaron Taylor Johnson response to sexist questions may be my new favorite thing. (x)

"How does it feel as a woman to play a character who is such an iconic physical superheroine?  I mean here, you play a nurse.”

"Yeah, she plays a hero here, too."

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"Professionalism is a funny term, because it masquerades as neutral despite being loaded with immense oppression. As a concept, professionalism is racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, classist, imperialist and so much more — and yet people act like professionalism is non-political. Bosses across the country constantly tell their employees to ‘act professionally’ without a second thought. Wear a garment that represents your non-Western culture to work? Your boss may tell you it’s unprofessional. Wear your hair in braids or dreadlocks instead of straightened? That’s probably unprofessional too. Wear shoes that are slightly scuffed because you can’t yet afford new ones? People may not think you’re being professional either."

Why I’m Genderqueer, Professional and Unafraid, by Jacob Tobia (via wertheyouth)

I was told off by a co-worker for “walking unprofessionally” (I skip when I walk sometimes, I have dyspraxia and I do stimmy type stuff like this without noticing.)

I know this is a really minor thing but I am still annoyed about it. Especially as my job is at a school for teens with disabilities.

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chrisgildart:

I remember watching the behind the scenes on this show. The creator of the show said that they got so much fan mail saying this show was the most realistic hospital show.

My parents both worked in the medical profession my whole life, and when I was watching them come home, I could see echoes of what this show did. All other medical shows were so much about the drama. This one nailed it. It nailed the good, the bad, and everything in between.

Also, I read that Scrubs was more medically accurate than House, Grey’s Anatomy, and every other medical show on TV

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who-let-the-daleks-out:

thenerdgirlcometh:

I actually believe artists and scientists think very similarly. Complex, abstract thought? They both have that down. It’s all about where that thinking takes you after that.

Words cannot describe how much I love this post.

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amarguerite:

Typical room and typical day for a medical student focused on surgery. “The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris,” by David McCullough .

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