que sera, sera

This has been an exceptionally busy month though it just started last week. Been facing challenges at work, and sometimes I’m just at a loss for words. Work is piling but I cant seem to focus much on the tasks at hand, when I’ve got issues in discharge planning for my patient(s). Can’t reveal much due to confidentiality. Apparently things have gotten much more serious than I thought & I’m constantly under pressure by the medical team to move things along quickly. I’m really grateful for supportive colleagues who would stand by me and calm me down and help me with information gathering. Yes I’m new, I’m not apt in writing formal factual reports out to external agencies but I’m sure it’ll get better with more experience. I’m just not ready to handle any other major things now. It’s been so mentally exhausting just trying to engage the persons involved in this case. Through this case, I learnt the importance of communicating with other key stakeholders that are crucial in their contribution to bring our plans into fruition. After all we have a common goal, that we have every patient’s best interests at heart. However, it’s not something that can be easily attainable when they are other pressing factors negating against the efficacy.

Pardon me for my lengthy sentences… I hope I’m making sense yes?

Anyway, managed to bond with several friends throughout the week. So thankful to them for keeping my sanity in tact. Have a restful weekend everyone! ❤

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