Studying Medicine

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Despite the fact that studying medicine can be difficult, the majority of students who receive 95% or above in their secondary school choose to pursue it. Many of them are either pressured by their parents to pursue medical school, are enthralled by the field of study, have friends who are enrolled in medical school, or have read stories about doctors who have saved lives and want to follow in their footsteps.

 

A serious field, medicine encompasses both the body and the psyche, promotes a healthy lifestyle by preventing physical degeneration, shields people from diseases, preserves bodily parts, and enriches human existence in a variety of other ways. A doctor is someone who is revered in society not for his or her wealth but rather because he or she has the ability to save us, our fathers, mothers, and other family members.

 

We must first comprehend the nature and challenges of this field if we are to begin working in it. Therefore, I think that a thorough investigation of the subject is crucial. To prevent future catastrophes, those who desire to enter this field should take a few precautions, including the ones listed below:

 

  1. Take a psychometric exam to determine whether studying medicine is what you are meant to do.
  2. Knowing its complexities and the various ways it is taught globally
  3. Having an understanding of its longevity because it can last for up to 15 years of a person’s life, not including the yearly conference and credits need to renew the license.
  4. Knowing why we choose to concentrate on one area of medicine over another is important since each area of medicine has its own advantages and disadvantages. For instance, oncology can cover the entire body because cancer can affect any portion of the body.
  5. Realize that learning about medicine and becoming a doctor is only half the battle. There are areas of medicine that are understudied, such as cancer, where some people may pass away as a result of the lack of research into a particular type of cancer.
  6. Realized that some professions need two majors, such as psychology and medicine if one wants to become a psychiatrist or dentistry and medicine if one wants to become a maxillofacial doctor ( I am just speculating here as some psychological disorders can be related to psychiatrist problems)

 

Work in a hospital, clinic, health center, or speak with doctors to completely understand oneself before beginning the program. You might go to an operating room and observe a live operation if you have a relative who works as a doctor and you can shadow him, or if your parents know someone who works in a major hospital. Nothing is more satisfying than observing firsthand the scope of the labor you will be performing; if you get dizzy when you see blood, this is not the field for you.

 

I used to believe that the best approach to attending a medical program was the same as it is at all institutions in South East Asia, Europe, and the Middle East: students study for six years, enter medical school, pass a board exam, and then specialize in a particular area of medicine. There are approximately 60–70 medical specialties, and doctors must have worked in the field for a considerable amount of time (such as in internal medicine or orthopedics) before they are able to recognize every symptom with ease.

 

But recently, I’ve witnessed a lot of medical issues and malpractice on the part of doctors. Some of these medical practises are the result of poor communication skills, or they may be connected to a lack of computer, math, or research skills, or to an inability to use certain instruments or interpret X-ray images. Due to a doctor’s inability to distinguish between lung cancer and infection in the lung, I lost a close friend. Therefore, I believe that the way medicine is taught in North America is a very effective technique to select students who lack the necessary skills to become successful doctors.

 

I’m suggesting that a doctor should pursue a variety of academic interests in addition to medicine. For instance, if a doctor plans to open a clinic of their own, they should be knowledgeable in areas such as administration, business, communication, law, accounting, art, creative writing, public speaking, and, last but not least, research.

 

Don’t forget that while studying medicine, you can obtain up to 10 certificates. You can get a certificate, a bachelor’s degree, a graduate degree, a postgraduate degree, a master’s degree, or a Ph.D. Some of these degrees can be earned in the same field of study or in additional areas you choose as electives. While pursuing your specialties, a post-doctoral degree is also an option. Spend a year caring for the sick in a far-off location, and you’ll become a better physician.

 

Please keep in mind that the main reason you chose to become a doctor in the first place was to save lives. If you also want to be a good doctor. For doctors, money can be very rewarding, but in order to earn more, you must save more lives than you take.

 

Please keep in mind that Google and other search engines, as well as artificial intelligence, will handle 95% of your work; all that is left for you to do is the final 5%, which is patient care, which is of the utmost significance, as well as caring for the patient’s family members. Sometimes they could require more assistance than the sufferer.

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