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Yesterday 05:55 PM
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You young boy. I have been Dr for 22 years and Senior consultant. Be more humble.

Hahah hopefully I would have retired before I hit 22 years of work lol enjoy!
Yesterday 04:43 PM
Unregistered hi all.. any doctors or people in healthcare here? seeking advice about working in healthcare / hospital setting. i am considering to switch careers and pursue studies in Allied Health.

what are ur thoughts or emotions that come to ur mind while working in healthcare facing people who have taken ill?

background:

so i was a sickly child until i turned 18 when i decided to stop falling sick. because of all this meds and doctor visits and my desire to not fall ill again, i try my best to dissociate myself with illness and being ill. i visited an icu not long ago and i felt really really depressed

but the motivation comes from wanting to be of some use to the society and to other people in my lifetime.

so i wonder whats the train of thought for people who have been in healthcare for long.

thank you~
Yesterday 10:59 AM
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Haha I have been a doctor for 11 years and I am a specialist.
You young boy. I have been Dr for 22 years and Senior consultant. Be more humble.
Yesterday 09:39 AM
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says the bescumbered who asks for advice on what specialty that is non patient facing and has NO CALLS and doesnt have to earn any money would be good for him and then replies that no one is him so he knows best. You are definitely a young doctor! Will let some patients complain some humility into you.
Haha I have been a doctor for 11 years and I am a specialist.
Yesterday 03:01 AM
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that person who said non pt facing= not a doc is obviously a troll. troll on. did you fail to get into med school? dont like that la... you can always be a nurse
says the bescumbered who asks for advice on what specialty that is non patient facing and has NO CALLS and doesnt have to earn any money would be good for him and then replies that no one is him so he knows best. You are definitely a young doctor! Will let some patients complain some humility into you.
17-09-2021 11:59 PM
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He is leading us in the wrong direction during Covid.
that person who said non pt facing= not a doc is obviously a troll. troll on. did you fail to get into med school? dont like that la... you can always be a nurse
17-09-2021 06:50 PM
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kenneth mak still a practising doctor on top of admin duties, prolly half day or something a week
i recently saw a patient who's on regular f/u with him
He is leading us in the wrong direction during Covid.
17-09-2021 06:11 PM
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Diagnostic radiology and pathology are very important specialties, together with preventive health. Kenneth mak probably the most important person during covid 😂
kenneth mak still a practising doctor on top of admin duties, prolly half day or something a week
i recently saw a patient who's on regular f/u with him
17-09-2021 08:58 AM
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Non pt facing means no more practising in medicine? Are you a doctor to begin with? Hahaha
There are only so many specialities that are non pt facing. No need to ask such question if you are a dr. Lol!
17-09-2021 07:22 AM
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Non pt facing means no more practising in medicine? Are you a doctor to begin with? Hahaha
Diagnostic radiology and pathology are very important specialties, together with preventive health. Kenneth mak probably the most important person during covid 😂
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