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Docter by garrett
Transcript of Docter by garrett
Doctors diagnose people who are ill or injured.
Doctors perform physical examinations to ensure that a patients body is healthy and functioning normally
7:30 am – 9:00 am
Visiting with four newborns at the hospital; talking with their parents; examining the babies; measuring the babies’ length; explaining proper feeding techniques to the parents.
9:00 am – 9:30 am
Driving to the office.
9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Visiting with patients in the office (seeing between 12 and 15 patients ranging in age from infancy to 19 years); examining patients for routine check-ups, colds, sore throats, coughs, rashes, stomach pain, ear aches, and other problems; making sure my patients, especially babies, are growing fine; advising patients and their parents on safety issues like wearing bicycle helmets, using car seats, and wearing sunscreen; giving overall health maintenance advice; guiding parents on symptoms of various illnesses for their children; taking blood and urine samples for laboratory analysis; scheduling follow-up visits.
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Eating lunch; making phone calls to patients; reading the mail.
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Seeing more patients (following the same routine as with the morning patients).
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Returning calls regarding health questions, medication, and potty training; deciding whether or not a child should be brought to the office for examination.
Doctors use diagnostic tools, like this sphygmomanometer, to diagnose medical conditions.
Best college to go to for doctors
is arizona state university
for 4 years in medical classes.
A concern for people
Do you care about the people around you and what happens to them?
• An enquiring mind
Do you always want to find out more about things that interest you? And do you analyse and update the knowledge you already have?
• An interest in people
Are you curious about how other people think and feel? Do you generally like other people and take an interest in what they say and do?
• A rational approach
Are you keen to establish facts, test ideas and find out how things work and why they go wrong? Do you approach problems in a logical way?
• An open mind
Do you get along well with people whose attitudes and background are very different from yours? Can you see things from other people's point of view?
Can you see around problems to find new solutions? Do people look to you for ideas
Ability to handle pressure
How have you coped with pressure situations such as the build-up to exams? Does it affect your behaviour significantly or can you handle it?
• Hard work
Can you cope with hard work over sustained periods?
Do you get impatient with other people easily, or are you willing to go along at their pace?
If something doesn't come right first time, do you give time and effort to sorting it out?
Do you make decisions with a fair degree of confidence, based on what you know?
Are you comfortable with recognising the limits of your ability and knowledge, and willing to look to others for help?
at his clip board
Doctor using his
Doctor posing for some reason
Doctor looking at his
Doctor posing for some
Doctor looking at an x-ray
Doctor talking with
to her patient
at a book
his patients breathing
Doctors earn 100k-500k