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Dreaming of Vegas
As I watched my classmates prepare to leave for Midyear and observed the flurry of activity on email, blogs and the internet, I couldn't help but feel jealous -- and not just because the meeting was in Vegas (although that does sound really fun!). I knew everyone going would gain something from Midyear, whether it is new clinical knowledge, new professional contacts, a heightened enthusiasm for the profession, or a better understanding of how to navigate the residency showcase.
I am looking forward to hearing about what the students from my school learned, but I still wish I could experience the meeting first-hand. With a very busy home life and two young children, it isn't easy for me to get out of town for a couple days. Schedules need coordinating, meals need planning, grandparents need booking. And I still need to keep up with school.
So as I let the visions of palm trees and neon lights dance in my head, I'll continue to take advantage of local and state-wide meetings, online conferences and resources, and start planning to attend Midyear in 2013 as P4.
Sat, Dec 01, 2012 05:23 PM
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December 08, 2012 8:28 am
I'm kind of in the same boat. This is the first in five years that I have not gone to Midyear. I was privileged enough to experience it as both a student and a resident, and I was hoping to experience it as a full-time practitioner this year. Alas, as the new person in the Pharmacy department this year, I was unable to attend. But I am already looking forward to Midyear in 2013 in Orlando! You'll be able to see palm trees there too!
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