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(Original post by timeofyourlife)
If I could shove autonomy up certain aspects of my tutor's anatomy, I would.
foolishly....i tried to answer some question on karl popper's philosophical theories on the objectivity of the scientific method and nature of the experimental hypothesis and other bull that i have forgotten.
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foolishly....i tried to answer some question on karl popper's philosophical theories on the objectivity of the scientific method and nature of the experimental hypothesis and other bull that i have forgotten.
I'm almost salivating at the prospect of yet more philisophical theories. Pretentious crap that it is.
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(Original post by timeofyourlife)
I'm almost salivating at the prospect of yet more philisophical theories. Pretentious crap that it is.
why is philosophy of science crap to you
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why is philosophy of science crap to you
Namely because I always have essays in my 'Sociology and Philosophy As Applied To Medicine' module which I always leave til the last minute. Don't get such creatures in my biochem mods.
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[]PRHOs earn in a range between £24K and £26K,[/quote]
Nah, that prolly includes the overtime from the huge hours they do.
Do they get paid bog standard £17/18k for the 48 hours?
Bah....
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[]PRHOs earn in a range between £24K and £26K,
Nah, that prolly includes the overtime from the huge hours they do.
Do they get paid bog standard £17/18k for the 48 hours?
Bah....[/QUOTE]
Overtime, here I come...
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[]PRHOs earn in a range between £24K and £26K,
Nah, that prolly includes the overtime from the huge hours they do.
Do they get paid bog standard £17/18k for the 48 hours?
Bah....[/QUOTE]

Sorry, I'll inform the PRHOs in my teaching hospital that they're wrong. Not to mention the government's new pay banded regulations for junior doctors. The days of £17/18K are long gone.
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Nah, that prolly includes the overtime from the huge hours they do.
Do they get paid bog standard £17/18k for the 48 hours?
Bah....
Overtime, here I come...[/QUOTE]

2776, may I ask where you applied to.....just out of curiousity
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a doctor's job is secure, practically until retirement as long as your competant. Sure some of you "could be earning" more when you graduate, good luck getting the job with all the competition out there. Good luck keeping it for more than a couple of years too. Doctor's are guaranteed a job at graduation. Its all about security in a well paid job.
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If so, then be a nurse. You would be more helpful to patients.
sure, lets have more nurses and less doctors. they can comfort the patient whilst they die of an undiagnosed disease.
And the pay has been grossly misprinted. Its about 18k (before tax) for a pre reg house officer thats for first 2 years as a qualified doctor.
then its about 25k as a senior house officer - (usually last 2-4 years). then you become a specialist registrar - that last 4-6 years at 30k. Then you hit consultant at 53k.
So you can be consultant anywhere from the age of 31-35+.
By the way these are basic salaries. Many people earn more by 'volounteering' to do extra shifts. Basically the more extra shifts you do, the more money you'll get (obviously) and the quicker you'll rise up the ladder
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(Original post by timeofyourlife)
Nah, that prolly includes the overtime from the huge hours they do.
Do they get paid bog standard £17/18k for the 48 hours?
Bah....
Sorry, I'll inform the PRHOs in my teaching hospital that they're wrong. Not to mention the government's new pay banded regulations for junior doctors. The days of £17/18K are long gone.[/QUOTE]
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