Satu per satu.
Milik Allah SWT segala pujian dan sembahan makhluk sekelian alam.
Muta'akhir, aku semakin berminat dgn Paediatric. I think I can do it.
I know some of you would roll your eyes in disbelief, particularly if you have read my earlier entries; that I have changed my interest for lots of times! From this to that and what not.
It can't be helped, I guess. I'm still exploring and trying. The game is still young. I have to die-try to know. I'm not a genius; I'm just a guy who would learn from making mistakes and taking risks. Loads of them. Before I can make a correct decision I have to make ten of unwise and stupid ones.
As such, it takes me awhile to decide; and yes, this might not turn out to be the right one after all; for all you know.
Dear God, guide me. Let me not go astray. Let me not go to the path of shame and destruction.
I have made my application into the paediatric training position next year. I have to go for interviews first. And it would not be until the end of September before I might hear anything from them.
In the mean time, the hospital has just recently (this afternoon actually) agreed to sponsor my Advance Paediatric Life Support (APLS) course. Alhamdulillah. The HR workforce lady rang me and told me the jolly good news.
APLS is a continuous training course which aims to, as the name implies, train candidates for managing emergency cases in children and babies. It serves both as an education course and a certificate examination. Holding the certificate would certainly helps in improving your credentials in applying for advance paediatric training.
The available spots are limited and the cost is more than two thousand dollars (I was told). That's why I'm so happy they finally granted my application.
Next in the tick-box list would be to secure the training position, apply for postgraduate certificate in child health (DCH, University of Sydney) and take the royal college exams before admitted as a fellow (FRACP). But that is still a long way to go.
Please include me in your du'as dear readers (if any). It's hard and competitive.
One small step at a time. InshaAllah.