Indeed spoken like a first year medical student. A student who researched extensively from doctors at varying levels and varying fields before making a decision. I have close friends who recently went through intern, SHO, etc. I also know some GPs very well and spoke to them. Further to this I spoke to consultants in different fields. All of them spoke very highly of their jobs. Granted they did say this and that about things that aren't perfect, but nothing is really. They also spoke of hard work, dedication, and the emotional side of the job, but none of them regret becoming doctors (I asked them this specifically).
"You'll find plenty doctors in this country doing Canulation, phlebotomy, catheterisation and even portering patients even at spr level."
My god, the horror at having to porter a patient!!
Do you not think Brendan, that negativity outside the parameters of pragmatic discussion is a bad thing.
I was going to ask you if you were a doctor, but it doesn't really matter. This thread is about someone querying whether to do Grad med or not, and I genuinely don't think you are helpful.
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