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Any recommendations for books on ethics in medical practice?

starting medical school in august and was looking to spend some of the summer reading up on ethics.

Ethics in Medicine – Virtue, Vice and Medicine

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Questia – an online library with a number of books on medical ethics, but you must pay to join Questia.

I think it is wonderful that you are starting your medical study with ethics!


10 minute presentation to do on childrens play area in a medical practice?

thank u for answers from previous same question. but my question was misunderstood. i need help on how to do a presentation on a childrens area in a medical practice. i can introduce a play area to the practice. only ive neva done a presentation in my life. how do you start one and end (conclude) one. it must be a 10 minute presentation, i need AIM, LEARNING OUTCOME AND MAIN BODY OF PRESENTATION. why do you need a play area eg. i need help on how to set this out. please any help would be grateful. i need to have it ready by wednesday. thankyou.

Start by stating what you’re going to talk about..Today I’m going to tell you why I think it’s important that we have a play area at our practice.

The aim of my presentation is for you to understand how important play is in the development and education of young children. Then talk about some Piaget and Mildred Parten’s theories of play and development: emotional, cognitive, and social development.

I hope by incorporating this play area, we can extend the education of our young children and can help them discover the world through play.

How is the life of a doctor?

I’m looking for answers from doctors, or those who know doctors. You have to go to undergraduate school, then medical school. That is 8 years. Then you have to do 3-5 years of residency and internship. So you are done when you are about 30 years old. Then you have to either start your practice or join a group in a hospital, which is a risk in its own. But at 30 years of age, doing all that residency and work, how do you find a wife? How do you have friends? How do you enjoy your life? Is it true you only start to make money after 5-10 years after becoming a doctor? And how do you spend time with your family after becoming a doctor?

My twin is a doctor as are several of my friends.

There is a stereotype that doctors play a lot of golf, have more disposable income than they know what to do with, and have few cares with little sacrifice.

I suppose there are some specialists or plastic surgeons of the rich and famous who live this life, but I’ve not seen it to be true. To devote a decade of your life to school and no sleep usually means you have a drive to serve people. A doctor’s salary also doesn’t go as far as you’d think with malpractice insurance and paying off that expensive medical school. If you start your own practice, that’s more loans to pay out.

The doctors who have a successful marriage/family were lucky to find those whose situations lent them a LOT of flexibility. My sister wouldn’t have been able to have her quality of family life if her husband didn’t stay at home when her child was born, and if he hadn’t turned down a high paying job that required lots of travel later on.

Between internships, residency, setting up practice, and then working monstrous hours, it was difficult to find the "one". However, they seemed to have no more or no less success than anyone else. Other friends were able to find more time to date in their 20’s, but they found their partners later in life anyway. In some ways, having little time to date left my friends with a stronger idea of who they wanted and allowed them to skip over superficial qualities like flash.

Of course having an MD degree allows more opportunities for financial security than not having any degree at all. But I’ve seen people wonder why my sister and my friends drive shitty old cars, live in modest houses, and drive to their holidays rather than living in chateaus and jetting to Europe. It’s because money is not what it used to be for a lot of people, and they don’t see the 48 hours of sleeplessness, the emotional pain she reveals when she’s not being a professional at the office, and the non-stop harassment she receives from patients or would-be patients 24 hours a day.

Where can a homeopathic doctor legally practice homeopathy in usa?

Where can a homeopathic doctor legally practice homeopathy in usa? how to get a license to practice homeopathy in usa? My brother’s wife is a a Homeopathic doctor in India and she’ll be moving up here in a year. What additional steps does she have to go through to practice here? Does she have to go to school again? Any information would be appreciated. Thanks!

I really don’t know. My brother uses a private practice Homeopathic doctor. You do have some drawbacks. You cannot write notes to patients jobs or schools or he could get arrested. You could try and see if a hospital gets him.

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“Nothing will make a bigger impact on your practice than mastering and marketing digital photography.” -Phillip Kemp, DDS

In Digital Dental Photography Dr. Phillip Kemp shows how to choose and use the right camera gear, master the 12 digital views, import and organize images, win the patient’s trust and business with digital smile makeovers, build a digital smile and communicate with the lab. He also features several case presentations and demonstrates how to wow patients with portraits of their new designer smiles. Dr. Kemp provides dentists with the basic knowledge to start using digital photography in their office with confidence.

1) Introduction
2) Why Digital Photography?
3) Camera Basics
4) Taking Pictures
5) Importing Images
6) Digital Smile Makeover
7) Building the Digital Smile
8) Communicating with the Lab
9) Case Presentations
10) Patient Portraits

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Dr. Phillip Kemp is a national and international speaker in cosmetic dentistry and digital dental photography. He has served on the Board of Trustees for the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, overseeing Give Back a Smile, a program that provides cosmetic dentistry for women who are victims of domestic violence. He also founded Project Smiles, a nonprofit organization that provides free dental services for disadvantaged people.


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Private Practice Season 3 Episode 3 – Right Here, Right Now – Promo
synopsis: Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) arrives with a kidney patient, and Addison isn’t the only Oceanside doctor who’s happy to see her; Addison begins to pay the price for her involvement with Noah; the identity of Violet’s baby’s father is revealed.

Miranda Bailey brings a kidney transplant patient to Los Angeles, and Addison and especially Sam is pleased to see her. Addison’s consequences of her emotional affair with Noah catch up with her. Sheldon and Pete finally discover who the father of Violet’s baby.

Watch Private Practice Season 3 Episode 3 online for free premiere new series The Way We Were ABC HD HQ Chris Lowell Amy Brenneman Dr Violet Turner Paul Adelstein Dr Cooper Freedman Timothy Daly Dr Pete Wilder tree third two second 15 october 2009 Season 3 Episode 3 Premiere full tv watch s3 s 3 se3 se 3 e3 e 3 ep3 ep 3 3×3 303 S03 E03 se3 ep03 03 03 start first new 3.03

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