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Forum Name: Miscellaneous Student Topics
Question: All doctors... please reply
|Medic_wannabe - Sun Nov 14, 2004 8:01 pm|
Could all doctors reply to this please.
Could you please keep this topic in this forum aswell as I suppose it will get more replies...
What are the disadvantages of being a doctor?
Could you please answer... would be greatly appreciated.
|Dr. Russell M - Sun Nov 21, 2004 4:54 pm|
I think the advantages and disadvantages of being a doctor would vary depending upon the interests of the individual.
|TheShoelessWonder - Tue Nov 23, 2004 2:25 am|
I agree, it completely depends upon the individual. it also depends on what type of doctor you are, where you work, and the conditions of the hospital where you work. Some doctors are on call all the time and some have normal hours and some work with surplus staff and get more time off than most. It completely depends.
There are so many different types of doctors that you really need to assess all their situations more individually. Do you know what type of doc you want to be yet? I havent decided, but I do know fairly what I'm getting into at least. are there any specific fields you would recommend yourself? hehe just curious. will check back later!
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