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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by me2, Nov 3, 2001.

  1. me2

    me2 Member

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    What do you anticipate to be the most difficult part of medical school and in practice? (NYMC)
     
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  3. md2be06

    md2be06 Senior Member

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    Based on what I've heard, the most difficult thing in medical school is your surgery rotation. It probably varies from person to person though. In terms of practice, I would have to say dealing with hmo's, and learning how to treat patients without compromising quality of care.
     
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    To cope with knowing that there will be times when your knowledge and experience (and those of other physicians as well) will not be able to help a patient recover from an illness. Of course, there are many other things that can be done to ensure that the patient is comfortable, not in pain, etc. Still...
     

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