OK, welcome back to the podcast.
Apologies but this one is a bit of a disgruntled grumble about a few things that really annoy me in modern medicine.
I have just met my new cohort of JMOs, students and trainees and they seem like a really smart bunch. So I thought I would put this out there for all.
If you are a senior doc then you might appreciate it, and if you are on the way up – then here is some advice:
- Do not use the term “difficult historian”… EVER
- Dyscopia is not a diagnosis. It means you have not understood what is going on and have no plan for your patient.
Apologies for the dark tones. Back to fun and light next post. Promise! Direct download here
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