February 2nd, 2014
|10:32 pm - College Etiquette!|
In three categories: Classroom, Library, and General.
I don't care if you're Emily Post or the Queen of England ... read it.
( YES, we ALL need to review this stuffCollapse )
February 13th, 2007
|08:40 pm - In Case of Fire|
Here's a safety sheet my college sent around:
Important things they did not include:
. If you catch fire, STOP, DROP, AND ROLL.
February 7th, 2007
|09:03 pm - You need to be proactive with your doctor.|
An important article titled Religion, Conscience, and Controversial Clinical Practices from the New England Journal of Medicine (Volume 356:593-600, February 8, 2007, Number 6, Farr A. Carlan, M.D., Ryan E. Lawrence, M.Div., Marshall H. Chin, M.D., M.P.H., and John D. Lantos, M.D.).
Full text article here.
Hopefully those links will continue to work for awhile.
Tip for girls: if you're going somewhere where it will be difficult to acquire Emergency Contraception, have your current primary care physician write a prescription for you before you leave. If where you're going is really, REALLY conservative and you think you'll have problems getting your EC prescription filled, fill your prescription before you leave.
Tip for everyone: YOU MUST BE PROACTIVE IN YOUR HEALTHCARE. To quote from the article, which you probably didn't read: Patients who want information about and access to such procedures may need to inquire proactively to determine whether their physicians would accomodate such requests.
The article stated that some physicians don't feel morally obligated to present you with all the options available or refer you to a clinician who will do all this wonderful stuff for you. YOU MUST ASK - put the issue on the table! Seriously.
June 25th, 2006
|05:32 pm - What to Bring to College and College Advice|
Okay. Here is my list for packing for college. Please leave comments if you want to see things added, like explanations or whatever.
( College and all that other stuff.Collapse )