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If the snack under consideration scored a:
4 - Huzzah! You’ve found the holy grail of snacks. Go to Costco and get yourself at least 2 boxes worth.
3- Strong work. You’ve found a reliable but not quite perfect snack.
2- Average. Which is probably what you’re going to get on your evaluations if you bring this food to the wards one too many times.
1- Like you expected a jelly donut to score highly…
0- What are you, crazy? Unless you want to draw ire from your peers, don’t bring it to the wards.
My snack of choice? The Fiber One Oats & Chocolate bar (a SNAC-4 score of 3). Not the most delicious thing, but one of the most reliable.
Once you go frozen, you can never go back. - Me
If you could add up all the spoiled produce I’ve had to throw away during med school, you could feed a small family of pigs for a year.
Golden weekend (noun): a weekend that falls between two clinical rotations and is not subject to call schedules or shelf studying
Golden weekends. A third year’s best friend.
I overheard this during my third year of med school. I am 120% positive this will be true when it’s my turn as the intern.
(Drawn in the style of XKCD comics)
Nobody likes an epic text page. Especially when you’re going to get a call back anyway.