[留学生涯]求助啊!在国外华人容易当医生吗???

楼主:476968653 时间:2011-08-06 14:11:00 点击:604 回复:6

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我在国内念临床的本科,想去加拿大或美国读研,之后留那当医生,可好象国外读医很难,而且华人不容易在那当医生
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作者:sophiali123 时间:2011-08-06 21:26:13
  首先,你读了之后还要在临床呆几年。说实话,我们的口语是大大的比不上人家的,这是大家都知道的,而且很阻碍你能不能行医的关键。我姐夫留在医院三年还没被挑上,都准备放弃了,结果又可以了。这里的医疗很严格的,而且都是大医院培养出来,所以不像国内那样差别很大。说实话,你还是给华人做医生好一些。个人意见。
作者:苍碧霞 时间:2011-08-07 01:57:47
  华人医生挺多的啊?当然人鬼佬还是占多数的哈。可能华人给华人做医生的多吧。
作者:sailorwing 时间:2011-09-02 06:15:50
  在美国或加拿大本科毕业后必须考MCAT 被那里医学院录取后 读4年 实习个四到五年 然后还有各种考试 一般想当医生得十年吧 而且美国只有好的医学院才收国际学生 如果是国内读的本科想进就更难了 录取率非常低
  不过读出来年薪就二三十万美金 很吃香的行业
作者:我为你们祝福 时间:2011-09-05 07:15:52
  这地方医生是分级的,同样叫做医生,级别不同。
  
  这地方的医生,年年考试,工作还得什么差错都别出。
  
  这地方的医生能够得到终身合同的不容易,到科室主任级别的才能在一个医院站住脚,其他的医生得到的可能是一年,两年的合同。合同一满,自己还得找别的医院的工作,收入是不错,但是要有工作在压力的本事。
  
  这地方的医生是没有红包可收的,但是加班费很高(晚上加班工资加倍),比如有的人每小时加班费是60英镑,合人民币每小时600元。
  
  这地方医生和法院直接挂钩,做手术之前签字,手术后出了问题了,谁出的错谁去法院。
  
  这地方的手术后是有统计和监管的,有人分析你治疗的病人的痊愈率,经你手治疗的病人如果总有毛病,有人找你算账。
  
  一个真实的例子就是:有人发现一个医生手术后的病人总有肺部感染,分析感染的部位总是刀口位置,于是判断出来这个医生可能有用手碰刀的毛病,然后有人找你谈话,给你看数据,指导你改正,总之,兢兢业业的,不容易呀。
  
  在心脏手术室工作的人用这样一句话形容自己的压力:我们用把自己心脏搞坏的办法修理好别人的心脏。
  
  说的好像不容易,我看那些人天天去上班,这么多年了也都活着呢,活得还都挺好:)
  
  向战斗在医疗前线的全世界医生们致敬。
  
  
作者:我为你们祝福 时间:2011-12-12 20:45:14
  You need good GCSEs (As and A * s), but honestly GCSEs are nowhere near as important as A Levels .
  
  To become a surgeon (or any other sort of doctor) in the UK you *must* have A Level Chemistry, plus at least two, pref 3, other A Levels in Biology, Physics, Maths or Further Maths. A Level grades must really be A or A*, altho. you'll *maybe* be able to get away with one B (as long as it isn't for Chemistry).
  
  Then it is:
  1) 5 years of medical school to get your MB BS (the basic medical degree that all doctors have), then
  
  2) 1 year working as a junior doctor (before you can register as a fully fledged doctor), then
  3) at least 6 months working in either A & E or a surgical speciality, then
  4) 3 years working in a Basic Surgical Training post, at the end of which you must
  5) take and pass the MRCS* exams (*Member of the Royal College of Surgeons), then
  6) at least 1 year in a senior training post, then
  7) get your "Master of Surgery" degree, then
  8) 6 years of specialist surgery training, then *finally*
  9) take and pass your CCST (Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training).
  
  So, altogether it takes at least 17 years to become a qualified surgeon in the UK, altho. unlike in the US you can start medical school at 18 yrs old here, straight out of school. A person would still be at least 35 years old by the time they were fully qualified as a surgeon.
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