I work hard in high school to meet the requirement for admission to the medical school. You know, NDMC. Yes, here I am.
I ever saw a TV drama--Combat Hospital, a series of programs showing managements of combat casualities. The uniform they wore caught my eye very much. They looked handsome. I imagined being one of them saving and taking care of wounded and diseased soldiers. So, I come here to pursue a different career in medicine, not only so-called medicine but also a medical life worthwhile, that is, a life living for people who serve to defend our country.
I read about the summer courses in here. 你可以從口袋掏出一張取自網路的國醫暑期課表.
First year, EMT-1 and military health services
Second year, General introduction of military affairs
Third year, Combat medical skills and military contingency medicine including mass casuality management in war as well as in natural disaster.
I think the plentiful extra courses in summer here mean to provide all-round training for leadership in all aspects of medicine, not limited to in-hospital patient care but also expanded to systematic organization of a medical structure that runs in high efficiencies in unexpected situations such as war, just like the name of the school “National Defense”.
From the sky to the ground and to the sea, I also see on the web a lot of courses taught only in here, such as aviation medicine, undersea medicine, military trauma-physical and psychological, and so on.
Finally I understand there is a tough course for entering students—boot camp in the Army Academy. I am waiting for the challenge.
- Mar 24 Fri 2017 10:40