I was in the middle of my first session of the day when our clinical supervisor approached me oh-so-casually to say, non-verbatim:
I couldn't have done it without the support of my clinical supervisor. She was there to guide through every "I'm lost" moment and it really helped me get through the IE.
Lesson learned: Sometimes, we're given extra loads that we do not expect but we won't be given those loads if we are not capable of handling it. It makes me feel good that my CS thought I was good enough to do an IE on the spot. This experience made me realize that I can conquer challenges as long as I set my mind to it.
The best thing about this experience is that I learned to appreciate how much my co-interns support means to me. When they found out about my on-the-spot IE, they were like: