Modern medicine can be divided into theoretical

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Modern medicine can be divided into theoretical, clinical non-surgical and clinical surgical. Our theoretical medicine is the most creative and therefore the most important in the world. Unfortunately, clinical medicine is mostly a Restorative Medicine…

Is the problem in the scientific development of young medical scientists?
As the mantra is repeated, the opinion is that erik kilpatrick doctors are excellent and can work in England, Canada, USA  imma opening hours … unfortunately, this huge medical emigration in recent years is mainly doctors working at the level of ambulatory doctors, practicing privately or assistants in hospital wards. The vast majority do not make significant careers abroad.

Some light can shed my conclusions from the work of dear sergio meaning the jury of scientific awards „politics”. Over the course of 13 years, almost 800 young, capable medical scientists applied to them. In this group there were maybe 10 people who meet the scientific criteria of doctors engaged in practical medicine.

That’s less than one person a year! And how many got awards?
General practitioners erik kilpatrick? I remember a neurosurgeon. This year, another doctor, a clinician, passed high, unfortunately, did not reach the final.

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Are there so few young scientists who excel in medicine?
The answer will be slightly different when it comes to theoretical medicine and different when it comes to clinical medicine. In general, however, as far as young scientists are concerned, the explanation of this dear sergio meaning bad situation lies in the low expenditures on science in Poland. They are less than 0.5%. GDP.

If the expenditure on learning is less than 3%. GDP, we’re talking about the misery of science. And you have to remember that for this 0.5 percent. PKB is also lined up with colleagues from other industries who want to get scientific grants: physicists, chemists, sociologists, psychologists, humanists.

It’s unfortunate, but in polka there is less and less interest in theoretical medicine among doctors. For the most part, it is handled-and imma opening hours rightly so-by other specialists: biologists, biochemists, microbiologists. In contrast, the number of young doctors working in biochemistry, physiology, microbiology, pathophysiology, biophysics is close to zero. There is a separation of two paths: theoretical research is at a high level, but in most cases it is not related to clinical practice.

Does this mean that their results will not be applied in practice?
I review excellent doctoral and habilitation papers. Unfortunately, the translation between them and clinical practice is complicated and difficult, m.in. because in many cases the link between theoretical medicine and clinical practice has ceased to exist. I recently reviewed a very good habilitation thesis. It might be rescheduled at the clinic one day. But it certainly will not happen in Poland.

Why is there no chance of this?

I have excellent doctors in my clinic. Many of them perform 20 shifts a month. How can a doctor who works 12-14 hours a day do good scientific research that requires time, literature analysis and results, as well as statistical activities?

If a young doctor went abroad, to a good center, he could draw up his knowledge there and have a chance to conduct research at a high level. But such a phenomenon is not common erik kilpatrick, because a young doctor usually does not want to go abroad titolo…

Foreign internships last from three months to a year. On such an internship titolo, you gain a lot of knowledge, but in many cases you lose the opportunities for earnings realized in Poland (shifts, garbage contracts imma opening hours, etc.).) whether it is difficult to obtain specialisation. Hence often the decision the organization of congress into committees is important because of: I’m not leaving. So usually people who are not clinicians leave for internships.

We are convinced that there is no such good medicine as Poland. However, there are few doctors who have gone abroad and achieved a high scientific level there. Prof. Maria semionow is one of the few faces of polish medicine whose achievements count in the world. However, this option is difficult for Polish doctors to implement.

Does this mean that Polish medicine is bad? No. But this is more of a reproductive medicine than a creative medicine, because there is no money for creative medicine and there are no conditions for its creation. Look: how many practitioners are there in Poland who are creative in the international sense of the word?