Are Doctors Happy
THE MEDICAL RENAISSANCE GROUP
Are Doctors Happy?
The traditional allopathic Western model is a prescription for disaster.The more we focus on drugs and surgery for the solution of disease, the more frustrated physicians will get. Doctors dedicated and devoted to their profession are not trained firstly in the Art of healing and secondly in the Nutritional, environmental and Mind Body Medicine which can prevent and also cure disease in an optimal fashion especially if combined judicially with allopathic medicine. Thirdly the hospital system is an alienating process probably for the Doctors who work there as well as the patients who become quickly institutionalised.
But what holds the Medical System to ransome and astronomical costs is the death dealing pharmaceutical system which is like an enormous cartel in league with Governments holding humanity to ransome and treating Human Beings as expendable lives for profit.Particularly is the way thet ignore the needs ot the developing world by neither supplying cheap drugs or evan some assistabce in alleviating suffering
In the developing world, about 14 million
people die each year of infectious diseases, many of which are preventable or
treatable, such as acute respiratory infections, diarrhoeal diseases, malaria
and tuberculosis. Up to 45% of deaths in
Are Doctors Happy?
"Survey results suggest that levels of professional satisfaction have dwindled substantially during the past few decades. In 1973, less than 15 percent of several thousand practicing physicians reported any doubts that they had made the correct career choice. In contrast, surveys administered within the past 10 years have shown that 30 percent to 40 percent of practicing physicians would not choose to enter the medical profession if they were deciding on a career again, and an even higher percentage would not encourage their children to pursue a medical career. In a telephone survey of 2,000 physicians that was conducted in 1995, 40 percent of the doctors said they would not recommend the profession of medicine to a qualified college student."
Among the potential reasons why:
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