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By Thomas E. Creighton

In one handy source, Creighton's landmark textbook bargains a professional advent to all features of proteins--biosynthesis, evolution, buildings, dynamics, ligand binding, and catalysis.  it really works both good as a reference or as a school room text.

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Do people say ‘Oh she’ll do it’ or ‘He’ll do it’? Challenge your beliefs Consider what is it about saying no you find difficult. It may be you feel guilty about something when you say no, and come up with a lot of ‘shoulds’ to justify what you do. Complete the phrase: ‘I should…’. These will be some of your internal rules of life (your beliefs). How many ‘shoulds’ are on your list? ’ until you can’t answer it any more. Where do those beliefs come from? If they came from your parents, think about their situation, their childhood and how different it was from yours.

Where do they fit? Where are they hidden? When you introduce your- Are you a square peg in a round hole? 21 self to someone you’ve just met, what do you tell them and what do you leave out? What does this say about you? Is there something important about you that you hide, ration the truth about, or choose to keep as a secret? Dr C entered the same specialty as her father but found it almost impossible to live up to his expectations. Dr D never told his colleagues that he used to be a priest. Dr E avoided telling his colleagues about his episodes of mental health problems.

As you get older you become more conscious of your own mortality and realise you are not as young as you thought you were. The shock from recognising time passing and opportunities lost is a considerable one. Life is for living However, when you are part of a profession which encourages total immersion in work, so much so that medicine can be more a lifestyle as much as a profession, you may have put off doing things ‘until you are not so busy’. If you are waiting for some mythical time in the future for this to happen, then get real.

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