I have always been interested in traveling to many parts of the world as a practicing physician... I would have to work in the US for 3-5 years and try to pay back my debt...(probably around 200 K) then go on my world journey... I want to be a citizen of the world (please don't take that literally..you know what I mean). Is this even possible? What specialty would lend itself to a wandering/traveling doc? I can't decide if I would have better luck being a physician well versed in general medicine or a super specialty with which I can find all kinds of jobs anywhere....? (i.e. infectious disease/internal medicine vs. laparoscopic surgery) I love to learn languages, learn new cultures, etc. and the best way to do it is to actually be there in my opinion.... I would even love to work in administration and/or health care policy systems...perhaps work for the WHO? the CDC even? NATO? This is mostly due to my passion for traveling...who knows what other priorities I will have such as wife, children, their education, loans, etc. I am just a M2, what do I know about all that? haha Any ideas? Anyone else want to do something like this?