Job Shadowing Era

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Index Introduction……………………………………………………………page 3 Pre-appointment research……………………………………………page 4 Job shadowing experience…………………………………………..page 5-6 Overview………………………………………………………………..page 7 References……………………………………………………………. page 8 Introduction The beginning of medicine can be pinned back to the late 1800s, in Germany. There was a large amount of discoveries in physiology, pathology and bacteriology during this time and a group of doctors applied this new knowledge to the care of their patients. Medicine was practised differently during this time as it was more factual and observational. This group of doctors was more concerned with dealing with internal diseases rather than the external manifestations.(1) Important achievements of physicians include:(1)  The development of the oral polio vaccine- Albert Satin  Identification of the Hepatitis C virus- Harvey J. Alter …show more content…
A: It is very difficult to find a balance between family life and your work life. Even though it is difficult, it is vital that one does. Q: What are the perks of being a physician? A: The travel opportunities are plentiful and there are always opportunities to learn about any developments in your career. upon graduating and qualifying, one does not need to look for a job, a job will find you. In private practice you are able to control the amount the amount of hours you would like to be available to work and in this way decide how much you want to earn. The salary you earn in medicine is more than enough to cover your monthly expenses and you will be able to save money for any future uses. A day in the life of a physician When Dr Mangaba was on call the following day, I was able to understand the daily tasks involved in being a physician even more. Dr Mangaba works from her private office and she travels between the hospitals in our area to treat her patients in those

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