"That which does not kill us makes us stronger" They said But what happens when your weathered soul crumbles And your parts are scattered by the wind? They will shy away from your fractured body Recoil from your jagged edges You will wander alone Trying to find your missing pieces And once you are whole … Continue reading Weathered



Something is not right. I sip my coffee The liquid feels like razorblades Cutting into my throat. But I get ready for work Defiant. I cannot be sick I will myself to not be sick. I crawl through ward rounds My head pounds I can feel my eyes watering as I write the notes The … Continue reading Sick

A Clinical Guideline for Apathy

Infect As winter's biting winds descend upon Melbourne, viruses spread like wildfire. Every second person in the street is coughing, sneezing, or furiously devouring lozenges in an effort to soothe their sore throats. However, the medical student population is facing a different kind of infection, one that is equally disabling and just as virulent as … Continue reading A Clinical Guideline for Apathy