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    Pediatric Physician

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    When it comes to your family, you only want the best for them—especially in regard to healthcare and the pediatric physician you choose for your children. At Headland Family Medicine in Headland, AL, the compassionate staff fosters a warm relationship with all their patients and knows how to make both parents and children feel at ease during every appointment. Here are three important qualities to look for in your pediatric physician: Personable: Some people are just better at interacting with children than others. A physician who is warm and personable will have an easier time relating to younger patients than one who is not and thus will be more effective at diagnosing and treating illnesses. Knowledgeable: In addition to having a kid-friendly…

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    A Career As A Physician

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    It is my belief that in order to be a well-rounded physician, or person in general, there needs to be a great deal of balance. Although this is thought to be easy, it is actually quite difficult and it takes a great deal of work in order to do so. I believe that a well-rounded physician is able to do their job efficiently, but can also take a step back and put their job aside in order to focus on other aspects of life as well; whether it be related to medicine or otherwise. By utilizing this…

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    Physician Assistant

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    Public health is a very broad field and many times encourages many to pursue a career in the medical field. There are many options to be considered, one of them being a physician assistant. A physician assistant is a licensed medical provider who can diagnose, treat and also prescribe medicine to patients. Physician assistants work within a written agreement with a licensed physician, but they have their own patients and the right to make clinical decisions with the supervision of that…

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    Becoming A Physician

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    At a young age some people know what career they would. Others don 't figure that out until college when having a better understanding of who he or she is. This vital when considering becoming a physician is an enormous commitment . Becoming a doctor allows an individual to do various things such as making an impact on the world . In the United States and in other countries becoming a physician is well respected for several reasons. One of the many reasons is because in order to become a…

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    Physician Assistant

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    Physician Responsibilities of a doctor include conducting physical examinations, ordering and interpreting various tests, and prescribing medications. As well, doctors obtain information in their patients’ medical records, and perform administrative duties such as paperwork. Prospective doctors study medicine in medical school. In order to enter medical school, it is required for a student to complete a two to three year undergraduate program which includes the necessary courses such as Science…

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    Family Physician Essay

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    Education To become a Family Physician, you must: • Complete a 4-year bachelor’s degree • Take the MCAT and get accepted to a medical school • Complete 4 years of medical school • Complete 2 years of Residency Estimated time = 10 years Requirements To succeed as a Family Physician, it is important to be hard working and have determination, as being a physician is a difficult process. It is also an important Skill to able to communicate with patients effectively and be compassionate. What…

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    Primary Care Physician

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    A primary care physician is a doctor who provides regular medical care for his or her patients through routine exams and bloodwork. In this profession, a doctor often diagnose patients who share their complaints and as a result either suggest more care, such as seeing a specialist, or prescribing medicine or running additional tests. While job shadowing Dr. Adrian Oribello, accompanied by Justine Oribello and Ashley Kim, I learned that these specific physicians are essentially the backbone to…

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    Physician Assisted Suicide

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    Physician-assisted suicide should be legalized for those with a condition that is causing them suffering or cannot be treated. This practice is illegal in most countries due to the overwhelming misunderstanding on the idea and the odd obsession with forcing people to survive against their will. Hopefully through educating the public on what assisted suicide is, what conditions meet the requirements for assisted suicide, and how the procedure actually goes, the practice will be legalized and help…

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    Physician Burnout Impact

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    We as physicians can be a tough lot of people. Let’s face it, we had to be to make it through medical school and our fellowship sane and ready to help others. Often, this can lead to a syndrome of not taking the proper care of ourselves, and in some cases, being accused of being horrible patients when the physical effects of not taking care of ourselves start to manifest. Physician burnout can be a real concern for all physicians because of the type of job we take on. We want to be able to…

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    The powers of physicians were limited in the 19th century by social, economic, and scientific factors, and as a result medicine was prevented from taking its place as a high status profession. The major contributors to these limitations include: the underwhelming ability to cure patients, lack of high knowledge exclusively help by physicians, and in America, various objections to regulating medicine. Doctors competed for rich clientele in order to supplement their income. Being in a lower class…

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