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Thursday, December 08, 2011

A Difficult Job

I have to see my Rheumatologist tomorrow and although I have done some research on both Prolia and Reclast, I still have not quite made up my mind which route to go.

I am leaning towards the latter, because that is administered only once a year and seems to have fewer side-effects, but I will make my final decision after having talked to my doctor about it. After all, she is the one with the knowledge and expertise.

A rheumatologist is specialized in that area, but I really admire all those who passed their gp exam and practically know, based on most of the times only verbally described, invisible symptoms, what ails people.

After all those years of intense study, a job is not always secured and even for an upcoming gp application is necessary. It must be difficult finding a job quickly, because there are more aspiring doctors out there.

Even an established doctor, who would like to expand his practice, is faced with a tedious task, because picking out the best after the gp recruitment is just as hard as on him as the interview is on the candidates.

Aspiring general practitioners have a much better chance finding a job after having taken gpst stage 3 courses. It will make them stand out from the crowd, so to speak. I am glad I am not in their shoes, but then again; I didn't study for it either!


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