The importance of lifelong learning for a doctor

The importance of lifelong learning for a doctor

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As a doctor, you need at least six years of studying, or even more in certain countries. Once you become a medical officer, you will be in a comfort zone. So why should you leave your comfort zone and continue studying?
28 Sep 2016 - General
Becoming a physician, nurse or other health care specialist requires many years of education. But the learning doesn’t stop once a license and board certification have been earned and practice begins. The fields of medicine and science never stop mov...
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This is in corollary with the Senate bill in the Philippines that requires professionals, especially physicians, to undergo continuous professional development (CPD) programs and gain units/credits prior to renewal of licenses. There are opportunitie...
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I still remember how big effort I applied for my medical learning during my university time. That was 5 years and 6 months of time. That was the basic to be a doctor I must say. Because almost all the practical applications are learnt at the wards mo...
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Contemporary medicine continues to evolve, and because of advanced technology in our lifetime, the evolutionary process is becoming faster. What may be a standard form of treatment this year, may be replaced by another treatment modality next year. T...
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