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What are some of the resources available to help you make the right diagnosis on a patient once you're a doctor?

I've always wanted to be a pediatrician. However, recently I've grown afraid thinking I will be subject to medical malpractice, I don't want that to happen since my main goal is to help others, especially children. So I wanted to know what are some of the resources available to help you be the best doctor possible when a patient comes to you with a problem. #doctor #medicine #pediatrician #children

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Holly’s Answer

I urge you do not be scared of medical mal practice that will be the least of what your concerns should be. You will be trained by others that have been in the field for a long long time. I would really not worry about that at all. Not a concern. Medical malpratice is rare and usually takes a major error for people to even begin to sue a doctor or hospital. You will make a good Dr. we need Doctors so badly here that they bring other Doctor's in from other countries just to work. So go for your dream. Good luck.

Thank you comment icon You will have medical book to refer to and other doctors and a board of doctors. Holly Z.
Thank you comment icon I did not know about the boards of doctors and the medical book, so thank you very much! Mayelin
Thank you comment icon Thanks for the information Briana
Thank you comment icon You are welcome The very best to you in your new career path. Holly Z.
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