OMG...that pretty much states my feelings on what I have to do for the next 2 years.
I am the only NSW person to be doing the Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Specialisation Training Program. What that means is that by the end of 2 years, I would have completed and proven that I have what it takes to be regarded as a Specialist Physiotherapist. It is very daunting but exciting as well.
At first, being busy, I thought I would do what I had to to pass...but that just isn't me. I did that in my undergraduate degree for the first 2 years...my goal is to be the best that I can be!
In undergrad, I got a low Credit pass - about an average of 67/100 over 4 years. I decided to turn that around for my Masters...got a fairly good HD average - 87/100 (80+ is HD at UWA - anything above 90 is rare).
Now it is specialisation time...I am going to give it a red hot go...lots of study but ultimately the patients will benefit because learning never stops!
I am looking forward to the process and hope you come along for the journey 🙂