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Seff

MEDICAL RECORD
  • Height: 180 cm (5'10")
  • Weight: 60 kilos (132 lbs)
  • Blood Type: AB–
  • T/E Rating: T0

PAST MEDICAL HISTORY

  • Chronic Illnesses: None
  • Medications: None
  • Allergies and Reactions: Claims exposure to stupidity. Not medically backed.
  • Sexual/Reproductive History: Semi-active

PAST HOSPITALIZATIONS/SERIOUS ILLNESS

  • 2378: Broken leg from incident on holodeck involving another participant in the program disabling the safeties.

PAST SURGICAL HISTORY

None as of yet

PSYCHIATRIC HISTORY

  • 2376 - 2380: Regular counselling sessions re. her personal bereavement.

SUBSTANCE USE HISTORY

  • Alcohol: Rarely / Social Drinker
  • Recreation Drugs: None
  • Other: None

FAMILY MEDICAL HISTORY

  • Mother: None
  • Father: None
  • Siblings: None

SOCIAL HISTORY

  • Marital status: None
  • Children: None
  • Occupation/Assignment: Tactical Officer
  • Diet: Varied, usually healthy
  • Exercise: Various sports from rock climbing to mixed martial arts.

PHYSICIANS' NOTES

COUNSELORS' NOTES

  • SD 237609.8 - Counselor: Lt. JG Elizabeth Brooke, USS Tell
  • Counseling Assessment: Ensign Seff has returned to active duty today, following her year long Leave of Absence due to the destruction of the Ricktor Prime Colony. While I feel like I can clear her for active duty, I do have some reservations on whether she is truly 'feeling fine' as she claims. In fact, I know she is not fine how could she be after loosing her entire family. Just in case, I'll be scheduling weekly counselling sessions with the Ensign. Besides, considering how hard she is finding it to fit in with the crew I rather suspect she could do with a friend.
  • SD 237807.05 - Counselor: Lt. Commander Elizabeth Brooke, USS Tell
  • Counseling Assessment: Just had a great session with Seff today! She finally opened up to me about the whole Ricktor Prime thing, which is obviously substantial progress. As I suspected about a year ago, she hasn't quite recovered as much as she claimed, but if I'm to be honest, I suspect she is doing better than I first feared. I have to admit, I have no qualms about her being on active duty now and to be honest Its actually been rather refreshing having a patient who wants it exactly as it is for once.