is what the FM is doing at the moment whilst she anxiously awaits the release of results for FINALS! CAPITAL LETTERS TO HIGHLIGHT HOW IMPORTANT THIS IS!!!
So she is shadowing an FY1 on a stroke rehabilitation ward (or as the logbook would rather me say - "be an integrated and valued member of the healthcare professional team/ more bullshit.") So she is shadowing and realising how little she knows, the FM success rate for taking bloods and putting in cannulas etc has taken a bit of a nose dive. But come August, she will be it! No more running, crying to the FY1 asking for help, because that WILL BE MORE (more capital letters).
The FM is supposed to do a reflection on the week that has just gone past. Perhaps pointing out that one FY1 to look at 16 patients (who despite it being a rehab ward, are all sick developing sepsis, pleural effusions, randomly dropping platelets to 31, get UTI's, have falling haemoglobins etc), is just plain DANGEROUS!.
Or perhaps a statement that she is shit scared?