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19th Century Doctor by BlackJack0919 19th Century Doctor by BlackJack0919
Skylar Grey: "I need a Doctor , Call me a Doctor !!! "
Eminem : " I am your Doctor !!! Who take money from YOUR LIFE :XD: "


- I need a doctor - Eminem Ft Skylar Grey :heart:

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I sorry to re-written the lyrics =P

Just some days ago , I was studying about Ethics in Medicine and it turns out to be more enjoyable than I had expected . In Vietnam , many doctors treat patients as a merchandise , not as a customers . Which means that they see the patients as something to make money from and treat them like trash .

And what surprised me the most was : Every medical Student took the same class about Moral and Ethic , and they have to pass it in order to graduate . But once they go to real life , many doctors don't even care about the patients anymore , all they ever do is see the Patients as slaves that brought them money !!!! Just like in the 19th century , doctors are like Gods !!!

Are they having problems with Compassion ?? Or are they just have a cold cold heart ??? Or is there something wrong with the educational system ??? If they don't love to save people , why choose to become a doctor ???

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* Camera : Nikon D70 + Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D + IR- Remote

* Editing Process : Photoshop 8 CS + increased light and yellow and purple content using color balancing . Not much ^^

Thank you so much for viewing :hug:
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prettyflour Sep 17, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
This has been featured in my journal.

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smileysammi35 Dec 6, 2011  Student Photographer
The meaning behind this is amazing-the image really refects it.
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lajvio Dec 1, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Hi there dear!
Your picture have been featured here [link] since I think it's a very lovely piece of art :heart:
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dragonfly-oli Nov 29, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Hi!
I featured you in my newest Square'ish-feature!
Check it out and please give it a favourite :heart:
Have a nice day! :sun:
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:icon212m:
I strongly believe that you'll be one of the nicest and best doctors when you graduate :)
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:iconneophot:
Excellent depiction and so painfully true.
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zhanyuhao Nov 27, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Might be a moral issue with the society...?
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lajvio Nov 27, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
In my pov, the one in the medicine care that are best at handle patience is not the doctors, it's the assistance nurses. Doctor can't handle people, even here in Sweden they usually suck at it. They get stuck in the medical aspect of the pain or the disease and forget about the person that is having a crises. The most human and understanding is the assisting nurses, nurses can be good too, but they too usually have more to take care of and see them self as more.

I my self will be a assisting nurse this Christmas (finally), I don't want to be a nurse since I want to meat people, help them, not be stuck in a office doing paperwork (with most nurses do here).

So yeah, doctors is good at what they do (hopefully, not all the time sadly), but they don't have any patience contact.

For an example I was in hospital this last week for kidney stones, and I saw the doctors for less than minutes a day when they did their walks. The assisting nurses on the other hand, I actually talked to. And they understood the really bad pain I had. The doctors never saw me in pain and frankly, did not really care, since they sent me home with pain killers that didn't even help against the worst pain. Thankfully a nurse gave me some other pills that would ease the worse pain, and without those, I would have not sleep for 3 night by now.

My conclusion: the higher up you are on the medical ladder, you spend less time with actually humans and can't deliver news in a good way, or just looses the empathy.
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:iconchuonchuon88:
"if you can't beat them, join them"
~~~> sooner or later, you'll be one of them, there's no doubt about this ;)
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