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What doctors really think: 5 hidden thoughts of white coat professionals
 

What doctors really think: 5 hidden thoughts of white coat professionals

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Despite their best intentions, doctors are certainly not perfect beings. With that in mind, here are some things we do think but would probably never admit to patients.
 
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29 Sep 2016 - General
 
I am especially concerned about #1. Wondering who is the crazier patient. It's hard to tell whether the psychologist looking after a patient has a mental illness, because unlike other medical professions, symptoms are usually not evident in one l...
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This is a great article for discussion, Marinelle Castro. It screams that doctors are humans too! Doctors are always under pressure not only in providing the best management of a patient bu...
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The first one sounded like the Psychiatrist needs a break. I remember reading the psychiatrists need a mental break every so years to free themselves from the psychiatric babble. This is why I would like to avoid psychiatry as I just know that it wil...
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For end-of-life care, one of the common problems I encounter is continuing extraordinary means of treatment despite refusal of a patient. Just recently, I had a patient who was put on dialysis against her wish just because her children cannot accept ...
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About the third clause: "Give doctors a break!", I can relate to this well because plenty of times I've been a victim of bad timing. In our hospital set-up there are plenty of restaurants in a nearby building. When I'm done with rou...
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