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150+ Free Pages of Mnemonics in All Medical Branches!

150+ Free Pages of Mnemonics in All Medical Branches!

While browsing on the web searching for mnemonics, we found a nice PDF with 100+ pages including mnemonics in “Anatomy – Biochemistry – Cardiology – Dermatology – Embryology – Emergency Medicine – ENT – Epidemiology – GIT – Genetics – Histology – Immunology – Family Medicine – Internal Medicine – Physical Exa... »

Working Hours of Doctors According To Country

Working Hours of Doctors According To Country

Resident duty hours around the globe: where are we now? John Temple Background image created by Luis_molinero – Freepik.com BMC Medical Education201414(Suppl 1):S8 DOI: 10.1186/1472-6920-14-S1-S8 ©  Temple; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. 2014 Published: 11 December 2014 Abstract Safe and appropriate health care, especially in urgent or emergency situations, is the expectation of the public thr... »

What is it like for a non-doctor to marry a doctor?

What is it like for a non-doctor to marry a doctor?

This question was posted on Quora and answered by Carla Kayani: I just married a doctor about three weeks ago but we have been together 8 years. She was at medical school when we met. The downsides are that you can feel starved of attention sometimes. My wife has just finished an 80 hour week. Even when they are home, they must constantly study, prepare presentations and do compulsory online portf... »

Which is the best country to work in as a doctor?

Which is the best country to work in as a doctor?

This question was posted in Quora by Liang-Hai Sie These are just a few thought where people say it’s difficult or good to work as a doctor. The not so good stories are from: -Eastern Europe: for most the pay is low, so many are unsatisfied -Italy: most medical specialist aren’t paid so well -UK: loss of control how to manage one’s practice is said to lead to a lot of burn-out? -... »

How Smart are Medical Doctors?

How Smart are Medical Doctors?

OK, I know that’s a slightly contentious phrasing of the question 😉 I mean, is being a medical doctor an intellectually demanding job? Traditionally this is obviously true. Doctors have had to spend years learning a lot of information (about the body and its symptoms) and spent those years in education surrounded by other clever and ambitious people. Now that more of this information can be ... »

Why Doctors Are Unhappy

Why Doctors Are Unhappy

As a medical student, I was often unhappy. I would be stressed about the next exam, downtrodden after a surgeon just yelled at me in the OR, or worried that I may not match into the residency of my choice. These are just some of the feelings that doctors-in-training experience every day. Becoming a physician is no easy task. In the United States, it often takes 11-15 years of education after high ... »

New Law Allows Med School Grads to Work as 'Assistant Physicians'

10 Tips To Be A Successful Doctor

1- Read more : Every day there are new medical studies , new diseases , new drugs … etc , if you want to be a successful doctor you should read more everyday. 2- Details : Pay attention to details , you may diagnose a case with only one hidden word or sign. 3- Money is not everything : You are a physician , It is not an ordinary job you are treating with humans. 4- Ambitious : Ambition has n... »

Top 10 Things Your Doctor Wants You To Know

Top 10 Things Your Doctor Wants You To Know

It may surprise you to know that doctors, in fact, get our most up-to-date medical knowledge from the National Enquirer (Man Gives Birth to Baby With Wooden Leg, Hospitalized With Splinters!), Sports Illustrated (Swimsuit Edition) and Reader’s Digest. The “I am Joe’s Pancreas, Kidney or Ovary” series personally got me through first year medical school. A recent issue of Readers Digest discussed te... »

23 things NOT to put on your CV – Resume writing for doctors

23 things NOT to put on your CV – Resume writing for doctors

Is my resume ok? Is it what is expected? We hear from many doctors who work with us as locums, or those who are wishing to work in the Australian medical system that they are not confident about their CV. They fear it is too long, too short, in the wrong format, the wrong font, doesn’t include the right information, or is not what is expected in Australia. For the most part, their fear is well fou... »

5 kinds of Doctors you’ll come across in a hospital

5 kinds of Doctors you’ll come across in a hospital

So after graduating from the Medical school I realized that it wasn’t so bad. Just kidding. It was bad. But then again I had loads of fun too. Anyways so when I looked back at my five years as a medical student I realized that both the fun part of a rotation and the misery was almost entirely dependent on the doctor I was rotating with. So based on my observation I categorized my mentors int... »

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