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29 June, 2010

Uni-4-disaster week 9-10 report

Woolala! Biopharmacy 3 class test was a total
screw-up! I make it sound happy but it is totally not...
But despite a slight down in my mood, planning for the 5th Ehipassiko Camp was the key to all those lecture-less days ahead. Eventhough many of us did last minute jobs which may or may not be completely perfects, it was the imperfection which made us human! I had several tasks given at a last minute and I sort of made it in a last-minute fashion as well.
I was given the opportunity to organize almost all the Dhamma talks and workshops given by outside speakers during the camp. Then I was given some side responsibilities like helping JaaMing to beautify his slideshow, giving a short talk and also help out as facilitators in games. I am truly grateful for the chance to share the little bit of Dhamma I know with everyone.
I'm sorry if I've done anything wrong or made anyone unhappy throughout the camp!

lalanandaFRY
29/6/10

11 June, 2010

Uni-4-disaster week 7 & 8 report

Finally passed up my PP1 Ethical Essay which was finished a month ago... too lazy to make any modifications.

The rest of the week was kinda boring, mostly due to Biopharmacy 3 lecturers (with only a few
exceptions) talking to themselves in front of ~50 students.
I wanted to shout out
but I was to busy falling asleep to do that!

Then we had Dispensing Exam on Monday which was
"THE WORST DRUG PREPARATION EXAM EVER"
You see this book below, it doesn't tell you what Zinc Oxide Suppositories are for... Don't bother checking it!
and why do you put bottles ofwith other ingredients with "indication" that it was needed but not telling us anything. So all I can say is if they want to penalise us for not using it, they better check whether they ever taught us how to use, how much to use and why we need to use?

Drug & Disease 1 started this week with our favourite Dr Currie from Scotland lecturing for 2 weeks. Her lectures are interesting as I like studying Cardiovascular stuff. But too bad they didn't teach DD during semester 2. I could have got a better understanding of my Foundation Pharmacy project without stoning in front of Miss Wong during the presentation if we had DD.
Biopharmacy 3 class test is coming up... lots of stuff to study! After that, it is Ehipassiko Camp!

lalanandaFRY
11/6/10