The next section of the course, why you're qualified, will deal with the skills and qualities that will help you serve people here we are concerned with why you want to help, and why through medicine. Why choose medicine as a career choosing a career is one of the more difficult choices any student can make the important thing is to have a firm idea of what it takes to enter the profession you desire. They are asking you what you did, but what they really want to know is why you did it again, make it personal what about your background made you someone who cares about the project that you participated in. Well i do it cos i dont see any other way for me to be happy in my career however much money i make, i need to look back without too many regrets, had i not chosen medicine i would regret it.
Why did you choose stony brook for your residency i started at stony brook as an undergrad, i stayed for medical school, fellowship and residency, and it's been a great experience here. Alyson mcgregor why medicine often has dangerous side effects for women you might not know this: many of the medicines we take — common drugs like ambien and everyday aspirin — were only ever tested on men. Yes, without a doubt however, without careful planning and research at the beginning it is easy to choose medicine for the wrong reasons therefore, if you are considering a career in medicine make sure you think long and hard before you commit (thomas, manchester) shortly after starting my a levels i had bacterial meningitis.
Unlike surgery or medicine where you may have to wait weeks to get results, the anesthesiologist is almost instantly rewarded with the fruits of his academic labor anesthesiologists have a relatively light workload (in terms of hrs worked) compared to surgeons and some other specialties. No one knows exactly why the shooter did what he did, so it is easy to insert your own preferred narrative as the explanation another example is the phenomenon of so-called complementary and alternative medicine ( cam . I could write about why i did choose internal medicine (ie, that i could enter the workforce as an internist immediately after residency or do a subspecialty.
The interviewer wants to know the reason why you decided to pick medicine as your profession so if you're asked, why did you choose to study medicine how will you answer it here are few tips on how to come up with the best answer to impress your interviewer 1 reflect and evaluate since you have a lot of time to prepare for the interview, take a moment to analyze yourself and reflect on things. Did you know there are more than 120 specialty and sub-specialty options to choose from as a pre-med student, thinking about what you might want to practice is a long way off and you may even change your mind several times during medical school. A family medicine resident's perspective: from an interview with a family medicine resident from columbus, ohio part of an interview series entitled, specialty spotlights, which asks medical students' most burning questions to physicians of every specialty. Not only would it be satisfactory but if you love science, not only do you get to help people and make a difference but you get to work with the subjects you enjoy in an analytical way, which i personally think is rewarding. Dr kelso sits down with diversemedicine for a q&a session this is question #1 why did you choose to pursue a career in medicine.
Why did you choose family medicine i chose family medicine after doing a year of obgyn at another program, and finding out it wasn't a great fit for me although i loved delivering babies, i missed medicine and interacting with other members of the family unit besides the mom and new baby. You hear it all the time from doctors — they would never choose medicine if they had it to do all over again it's practically a mantra, with the subtle implication that the current generation of doctors consists of mere technicians. 25 reasons to choose a career in nursing with the projected impending shortage of nurses, nursing remains a popular career choicenurses have different motivations for choosing their career, but most of them state it is their desire to help others. In conclusion, choosing which field of medicine to pursue can be daunting, especially if -- like i did as a medical student -- you find yourself drawn to several different specialties.
Then, you'll have to explain what solidified your decision to wanting to choose medicine as a career path and explicitly identify your specific reasons you'll have to include a lot of personal details to back up your story and you must remember to avoid cliches such as because i want to help people in or to stand out. Why did i choose osteopathy simply, i loved the philosophy of holistic patient focused care and desired to pursue that route because it wasn't the popular choice reading the story of andrew t. Family medicine's humanistic approach is what i believe medicine should be dr jeffrey a zlotnick i recall being very confused in medical school as to where i wanted to go. So why choose a career in medicine this is a question that really can't be answered with one simple statementultimately you have to decide whether a career in medicine is right for you.
Why did you choose medicine i hear all the time from the pre med students at my local state u always say how they are choosing medicine because their parents want them to become doctors, or because they heard that specialists make above 300k. Discover the very different reasons why these physicians chose family medicine for their career of service to others what do you love about being a family physician read about the passion that family doctors have for their career and what they love most about being a family physician. Before i went to medical school, i generally had a somewhat dim view of general internists when i was in medical school and realized i did not want to do a surgical specialty, nor do something like anaesthesia or radiology, i figured i would do an internal medicine residency and then likely. An emergency medicine attending physician's perspective: from an interview with an emergency medicine physician in colorado part of an interview series entitled, specialty spotlights, which asks medical students' most burning questions to physicians of every specialty.
To understand why approximately 25,000,000 americans prefer osteopathic physicians (dos) over allopathic physicians (mds), it is important to look at the similarities between the two, and then the differences. The main reason i chose internal medicine was the experience of developing effective and longitudinal relationships with patients the irony is that i wrote that same sentence in my personal statement while applying to medical school.