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- May 15, 2006
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stephend7799 said:I am not saying you dont know what you are doing or you dont know what to do in a certain situation or you cannot diagnose the cause for decreasing
uop.. maybe the housekeeper can do it.. But it is the physicians job to do it.. Why would you wanna do a physicians job?? If you wanna do a physicians job go to physician school. you are there to take orders not to think for yourself .. i hate to say it.. but thats how it works.. just like in the military.. the officers give orders and the enlisted men take orders.. It cannot be the other way around.. the system breaks down if the reverse is true
I guess the marines are calling their superior and saying there are 10 terrorists here planting a road side bomb should we engage them or blow them. Come on. Yes the superior says Private Stephend patrol this area after you clean the head. But private stephend makes the descision to pull the trigger. The superior is not dictating where the private step and not step. It is the privates descision to step or not to step where he might think an IED is planted. And guess what, the military uses protocols too. You should watch bagdad ER on HBO. Nice documentary.
Yes there is many times a chain of command in many professions, but within your limitations are decisions that you must make. This is no different than your attending giving you orders. It is no different than the CEO of the hospital or president of your College of Medicine giving your attending orders and no different than the hospitals or college of medicines board of directors telling the president or CEO what they want. All of these have orders/protocols/goals or plans to follow, though all can make decisions relevant to their position. Grow up man, you make anesthesia residents look bad. Expand your mind, this nation didnt become as productive as is from one guy at the top calling all the shots. Hopefully you will at least hit puberty before your residency is over.