"ER" is nothing like real emergency medicine. I hope most of us who are thinking of going into the field have spent some time in a real ED, and if not I'm sure some minds will be changing after the ER rotation.Benjo said:wow, lots of EM/trauma folks out there. Do you think that has anything to do with the fact that the longest running medical TV show has the title "ER" and not "OR" or "ENT" or...well, you get the idea? Just a thought, not judging.
You could do an IM with a Infectious Diease Fellowship (2 yr). I met several while working at the CA Dept.of Health. The ID Fellows did a stint at the STD control center. You'll definitely get PH training as an ID fellow.cytotech27 said:I want to specialize in pathology, but was always interested in public health. Does anyone know if the docs that work at the CDC or WHO have specialties in public health? I've never heard of speciality in that area, but what would their speciality be...infectious disease, IM??
AlreadyInDebt said:Me three, although insurance concerns have been making me second guess myself. Geriatrics runs a close second, but ask me again after my rotations
mostly because of ob I think, not gyn. obstetrics is simply a risky field. you should know that ob/gyn docs do NOT have to practice obstetrics if they don't want to (after finishing residency, of course)Brickhouse said:Me four (ob/gyn)- why is it the specialty that helps women is the one that is suffering the most
I thought maybe hair removal... I could use it some of that on my back. But wait, I only need to become an aesthetician for that.ventulus18 said:i just saw an ad on TV and im stoked......hair transplant for me!