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    Exactly the same as yours though in many respects I'd place Engineering above Medicine since that field wouldn't function half as good without the technology driven by it to access medical records etc.
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    Exactly the same as yours though in many respects I'd place Engineering above Medicine since that field wouldn't function half as good without the technology driven by it to access medical records etc.
    I think medicine edges engeering - well atleast here because they're dozen and dozens of schools who offer engineering from technikon to uni.

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    Exactly the same as yours though in many respects I'd place Engineering above Medicine since that field wouldn't function half as good without the technology driven by it to access medical records etc.
    However u are 100% right about the functionity

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    I think medicine edges engeering - well atleast here because they're dozen and dozens of schools who offer engineering from technikon to uni.

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    Yeah that is true and don't get me wrong Medicine does require the very best but then you consider how much diagnosis is actually done by machines and technological advancements in engineering such as multispectral analysis
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    (Original post by Binary Freak)
    Exactly the same as yours though in many respects I'd place Engineering above Medicine since that field wouldn't function half as good without the technology driven by it to access medical records etc.
    Yeah I love dealing with archaic, clunky, region-specific software developed in the 90s which the NHS overpaid for. It's almost as good as having to wade through a 15kg, randomly assorted paper folder, loosely held together with string ties.

    ffs engineers, get it together. Are you even trying?
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    Yeah I love dealing with archaic, clunky software developed in the 90s which the NHS overpaid for. It's almost as good as having to wade through a 15kg, randomly assorted paper folder, loosely held together with string ties.

    ffs engineers, get it together.
    No denying the NHS does fund far too much for a vast majority of projects but then that'd be at fault of the project management team. We're just the people that they use as the means of achieving their end goal. But enough of this.. This part is irrelevant to the topic overall.

    Perhaps might be worth noting one of the advancements I mentioned in a previous post such as multispectral analysis. I can't be bothered with doing any searching to strengthen my point particularly at this time of day. I need not explain how important medical records are.
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    (Original post by Binary Freak)
    No denying the NHS does fund far too much for a vast majority of projects but then that'd be at fault of the project management team. We're just the people that they use as the means of achieving their end goal. But enough of this.. This part is irrelevant to the topic overall.

    Perhaps might be worth noting one of the advancements I mentioned in a previous post such as multispectral analysis. I can't be bothered with doing any searching to strengthen my point particularly at this time of day. I need not explain how important medical records are.
    If you engineers spent less time fixing boilers you might have more time to come up with a decent computer records system.
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    (Original post by Etomidate)
    If you engineers spent less time fixing boilers you might have more time to come up with a decent computer records system.
    Don't fancy working with boiler systems. Everyone knows those people are useless and there's already decently record systems. quite a lot of times the issues occur by human error. Meaning the person operating on the equipment as opposed to the people that engineered it
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    (Original post by Binary Freak)
    Don't fancy working with boiler systems. Everyone knows those people are useless
    Mate, come on now. Engineers aren't that bad.
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    (Original post by Etomidate)
    Mate, come on now. Engineers aren't that bad.
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