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|10 weeks 4 days ago||Either are fine as long as||
Either are fine as long as your friend makes sure they have a procedural specialty. Doctors who don't have procedures have about a 10 year lifespan before they are replaced by computer algorithms such as IBMs Watson. Strangely enough, radiologists paved the way for this technology.
Doctors should really be following where money is being invested in the health care field. I graduated from UM's Med school and this is the area that I work on.
|6 years 34 weeks ago||streaming game online||
hey, is there anywhere to watch the game online? I'm 1/2 way around the world and it will be on at 3 am and the "local" channels don't carry it. They also have never heard of ABC, buts that's both a plus and a minus
|6 years 35 weeks ago||Med School Violations!!||
I have it on first hand authority that the Surgical and Medical Residents at the Univeristy of Michigan Hospital are far exceeding the 80 hour workweek guidelines as recommended by the Resident Review Committee. Exceeding these limitations can lead to penalities and loss of accreditation of the residency* Just who the F$&% do they think they are? I mean what excuse do they have for spending all that time learning?
I also have several friends who were Michigan State D.O.s and they said they always stayed well within the guidelines.
Someone call Rosenberg.
(No, seriously, its true)