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What's one thing nobody told you about being a doctor?

What's one thing nobody told you about being a doctor? #doctor #medicine #hospital-and-health-care #science


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Rachel’s Answer

Sometimes, working with the electronic medical record can be exhausting. There can be more time spent in documentation than in seeing patients. This is a significant contributor to burn-out.

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Estelle’s Answer

Accepting surgical complications can be emotionally exhausting and very difficult and disheartening. However, fixing the problem and learning from every single complication makes for the best physicians.

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Richard’s Answer

In the United States, you can spend more time worrying about billing and coding than taking care of your patients.

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shivakesh’s Answer

Accepting surgical complications can be emotionally exhausting and very difficult and disheartening. However, fixing the problem and learning from every single complication makes for the best physicians.






















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shivakesh’s Answer

Accepting surgical complications can be emotionally exhausting and very difficult and disheartening. However, fixing the problem and learning from every single complication makes for the best physicians.






















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Sanaz’s Answer

That being in medical school and learning new information is like drinking out of a fire hose. That is the analogy they used to describe the sheer volume of information thrown at you and how you choose to organize and study it.


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