1) Finish neurology revision and start on gp stuff
2) Work on application forms for academic foundation programme
3) Complete pre-elective reading, write up findings and send to host supervisor
4) Work on systematic review for home supervisor
So basically this weekend I've successfully cleaned my flat, and bought some food. Useful, but not exactly the top priorities, were they?! I have done some neurology (and covered a bit more in clinic this morning), but I really ought to have finished it by now. I've added nothing recently to my AFP forms - I'm struggling to answer questions such as "explain how your SSM or elective demonstrates your suitability to an academic post" - argh! I did do a little bit of my pre-elective work, but ideally I would have finished it. My host supervisor is very relaxed so there's no pressure, but it'd be nice to have out of the way. The systematic review has been largely ignored, but I'm less concerned about that as there's not a lot I can do until I receive other people's information.
I probably spent too much time catching up on Grey's Anatomy - what a tear-jerking season finale! I actually cried more than I did at the end of season 6, which I didn't think possible! Anyway, it's now finished, so I suppose that's one less thing to distract me this week.
Better get back to the books...