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Saturday, November 15, 2008

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aladeen said...
blom apa2 lagi dah macam ni. U just demotivate other who want to pursue their dream. There’s so many other way to convey the info if that the truth is. Remember, when you light a lamp for someone else, you brighten you own path too...
First of all, I thought reading this ‘’doctor's’’ blog could motivate me or other, but day by day u seems to be drown and sunken in the splendour of the 'title-ness-ship'. My bad and I’m so sorry for this. I learned my lesson. huhu. All the best in your future undertakingJust my 2 cent opinion


me

- well, go and ask any doctor in the whole world - nothing beautiful about being a HO. I'm so sorry if my writing "demotivated" u of being a doctor. I'm just telling the truth. Hence , those who wanted to be a doctor could have a clearer picture about a real life of a doctor ( a intern in my case)
PLUS, I totally believe the my 2 entries about being a doctor in malaysia - is a very beneficial info for everybody out there. Maybe u are one of those who have to take the "exam" when u graduated later on , I deeply advice u to prepare urselves from now on.
Here, in my blog - I'll write what I experience, what I feel, what I want ; coz this is my blog -which represent me , not the whole doctors in malaysia. If u dont like reading it , buzz off :)
14 Nov 08, 17:37DrX: There is no reason for them to fail you if you are a safe and competent doctor.It's better to fail now rather than killing your patients
me - I reckon we should keep this kind of conversion "privately" among doctors only :)
The public are not very comfortable with the "doctors killing the patients " part ...

8 comments:

aladeen said...

Oh ya sure sure. But then telling ‘your truth’ without giving any single proof, this is so unfair. This ain’t an axiom doctor. At least, give us some quote or statistical verification to support your argument. It’s more like you are killing someone’s dream. I’m pretty sure nobody wants to hear this kind of devastated info. Not even you. So please, at least balance your argument. Don’t be such a proud pain in da ass (mind my language. you like to use this word, and so me. Hehe)

One more thing, the idea of this is my blog, i’ll write my experience and bla bla bla whatsoever..And If u dont like reading it, buzz off blab la bla.. oh gosh.. give us some break, this is soo lame excuse.Poor on you. At the first place, you won’t even nominate yourself in the top 100 malaysian blogger if u don’t want people to read your blog. Come on... Such a denial...

Anyway, apology accepted.

aladeen said...

Hahaha. First of all, thanks to whoever wrote ‘’to aladeen’’ Anyway my previous replies is not an emotional threats like yours. As I said, my bad for seeking something that not even here. Sigh... I should have been looking for my consultant instead for motivation. They are the true heroes. My advice to you mr/ms whoever, don’t let this delusions of grandeur take it all over you. Wake up and smell the coffee hon.

I know, fresh graduated young doctors are lack of experiences. But we can build it up throughout the medical career to reach the ‘’phronesis’’ because it can be acquired after a prolonged period of experience (with reflection) occurring in parallel with the professional’s evolving knowledge and skills base.

And to hannan and anyone out there, check this outta. She is soo inspiring.

http://shouta.blogspot.com

hOOdedLicIOUS said...

The "doctors killing patients" phrase really scared me to death..ade ke?..takot dah nak pegi klinik or hospital pas ni..

Mrs.Sheikh said...

erkk...
gaduh ke ape ni...

Witty Angel said...

Blogger hOOdedLicIOUS said...

The "doctors killing patients" phrase really scared me to death..ade ke?..takot dah nak pegi klinik or hospital pas

>>>of course ade..i knw a case kat msiaaaa yang mo siap coverkan lagi..hahahaha..:P

Latifah said...

Wow this is a hot issue.

From my point of view both Hannan and Aladeen has the right to voice their points and opinions. It is healthy to debate on certain issues. It all depends on the parties reading the matter. Some people percepts differently from others.

Knowing Hannan, I know he meant well to inform us to be prepare what will the outcome be. And Aladeen on the other point is also not wrong to voice his worries as probably it is his or others' dream to pursuit the career.

Perhaps there are issues where some discretion is essential in order to get through the messages.

Whatever the differences are, let us not think too much of the matter as the future can be unpredictable. Live life to the fullest and cherish every moment we have while we are still breathing.

mummysyafie said...

adoi..apa la..orang nyer blog..sukati orang nak cakap aper..

then..

orang nyer komen..sukati orang nak komen aper..

tapi..kalau singgah rumah orang, ada manis nye kita bagi salam..then kiter bertanya dengan baik..lepas tu kiter berbincang cara elok..baru keputusan dibuat cara orang dewasa

faham tak ni? dah melalut erkk...

CiliQueen said...

I agree with Latifah =)