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  • They say being a doctor is greatyou'll help people, make a lot of money, and work

    他們說當醫生很好--你可以幫助別人,賺很多錢,還可以工作。

  • reasonable hours.

    合理的時間。

  • But that isn't the case for every doctor specialty.

    但並不是每個醫生專業都是這樣的。

  • These are the specialties to consider if you're looking for lifestylehigh pay and low

    如果你正在尋找生活方式--高薪低能,可以考慮這些專業。

  • hours.

    小時。

  • Dr. Jubbal, MedSchoolInsiders.com.

    朱波醫生,醫派內參網。

  • The ROAD specialties, standing for radiology, ophthalmology, anesthesiology, and dermatology

    ROAD專業,代表放射科、眼科、麻醉科和皮膚科。

  • have historically been the best for those optimizing for lifestyle.

    歷來是優化生活方式者的最佳選擇。

  • While that still mostly holds true, there's much more to the story.

    雖然這句話大部分還是成立的,但故事還有很多。

  • Look, we're all human, and there's no shame in you wanting to pursue a specialty that

    聽著,我們都是人,你想追求的專業並不可恥

  • compensates you well without demanding you work crazy hours.

    在不要求你瘋狂工作的情況下,給你很好的補償。

  • The strange this is that many people will virtue signal and claim that they don't care

    奇怪的是,很多人都會美德信號,並聲稱他們不在乎

  • about money or any of those supposed lesser desires that only other, amoral humans succumb

    關於金錢或其他那些所謂的低級慾望 只有其他不道德的人類才會屈服於此

  • to.

    到:

  • That's nonsense, and you shouldn't fall victim to such virtue signaling games with holier-than-thou

    這是胡說八道,你不應該成為這種美德信號遊戲的犧牲品 與聖潔的你。

  • thinking.

    思考。

  • Despite what many people say, it's no coincidence that the most competitive and sought after

    儘管很多人都說,競爭最激烈、最搶手的並非偶然。

  • specialties in medicine also rank highly in pay, work/life balance, prestige, or some

    醫學專業在薪酬、工作/生活平衡、聲望或某些方面也排名靠前。

  • combination of them.

    它們的組合。

  • When doctors refer to a specialty's lifestyle, they're referring to two things: (1) how much

    當醫生提到一個專業的生活方式時,他們指的是兩件事。(1) 多少

  • money you'll make and (2) how hard you have to work, including total hours, irregular

    你將會賺到的錢,以及(2)你有多辛苦,包括總時數、不定期的工作。

  • hours, or overall how taxing the job is.

    小時,或總體上工作有多累。

  • In 2011, Dr. Leigh and colleagues sampled over 6000 doctors to shed light on annual

    2011年,Leigh博士及其同事對6000多名醫生進行了抽樣調查,以瞭解他們每年的工作情況。

  • work hours across 41 specialties.

    41個專業的工作時間。

  • The specialties with the highest average annual hours were vascular surgery, critical care,

    年平均工時最高的專科是血管外科、重症監護。

  • neonatal and perinatal medicine, thoracic surgery, and other surgical subspecialties.

    新生兒和圍產醫學、胸外科和其他外科亞專業;

  • Specialties that on average worked the fewest hours included emergency medicine, PM&R, dermatology,

    平均工作時間最少的專科包括急診科、婦產科和康復科、皮膚科。

  • occupational medicine, and pediatric emergency medicine.

    職業醫學和小兒急救醫學;

  • In terms of compensation, the top three specialties are some order of neurosurgery, orthopedic

    從報酬上看,排名前三的專科依次是神經外科、骨科的一些。

  • surgery, and plastic surgery, with otolaryngology, cardiology, and gastroenterology trailing

    外科、整形外科,耳鼻咽喉科、心臟科、消化科緊隨其後。

  • close behind.

    緊隨其後。

  • Looking at the list of specialties to choose from, you'll notice that surgical specialties

    從可選擇的專業列表來看,你會發現,外科專業

  • on average compensate more than non-surgical specialties, but surgeons also work longer

    平均補償高於非外科專業,但外科醫生的工作時間也更長。

  • hours.

    小時。

  • The average physician in the United States works approximately 60 hours per weekthat's

    美國的醫生平均每週工作約60小時--也就是

  • after they complete residency training and are out in the real world.

    在他們完成住院醫師培訓並進入現實世界後。

  • You bet that surgeons skew that above 60 hours per week, and non-surgical physicians are

    你敢打賭,外科醫生每週60小時以上就會傾斜,而非外科醫生則是。

  • the ones more likely to work fewer than 60 hours per week.

    更有可能每週工作不到60小時的人;

  • There are exceptions but these are the trends.

    雖然有例外,但這些都是趨勢。

  • But not all surgery is created equal.

    但並不是所有的手術都是一樣的。

  • Within surgery, you should consider the types of emergencies you'll have to deal with.

    在手術範圍內,你應該考慮到你將不得不處理的緊急情況的類型。

  • As a trauma surgeon, you'll be dealing with a wide variety of urgent cases demanding your

    作為一名創傷外科醫生,您將會處理各種緊急病例,需要您的能力和經驗。

  • immediate attention, from gunshot wounds to motor vehicle accidents and everything between.

    從槍傷到機動車事故,以及兩者之間的所有事情,都需要立即處理。

  • As such, your call days are going to be unpredictable and busy with lots of high acuity work.

    是以,你的通話日將是不可預知的,忙碌的高精尖工作很多。

  • Many who go into the field enjoy the excitement, but it's often something that will wear on

    許多進入這個領域的人都很享受這種刺激,但它往往會讓人感到疲憊。

  • you, particularly as you get older.

    你,特別是隨著年齡的增長。

  • It's far less fun to wake up and run to the hospital at 2AM when you're 40 compared to

    與40歲的時候相比,凌晨2點醒來跑到醫院的樂趣要少得多。

  • 25.

    25.

  • On the other end of the spectrum, plastic surgery is far less likely to have emergencies.

    在另一端,整形外科發生突發事件的可能性要小得多。

  • Don't get me wrong, there still are emergencies.

    別誤會,還是有緊急情況的。

  • For example, if you do microsurgery whereby you move tissues around the body and connect

    例如,如果你做的是顯微外科手術,據此你移動身體周圍的組織,並將其連接起來。

  • the blood vessels with microscopes, then you may come across a congested flap, meaning

    用顯微鏡觀察血管,那麼你可能會遇到一個充血的皮瓣,這意味著

  • the blood supply is amiss.

    血液供應有問題。

  • If you don't promptly resolve the issue, the tissue will die.

    如果你不及時解決這個問題,組織就會死亡。

  • Or if you're taking trauma call for face or hand, that will often require timely intervention,

    或者如果你是接外傷電話的臉部或手部,那往往需要及時干預。

  • although many times it can wait until the morning.

    雖然很多時候可以等到早上。

  • Overall, you'll be called in far less than the average trauma surgeon.

    總的來說,你接到的電話比一般的創傷外科醫生要少得多。

  • At the same time, understand there's variation within each of these specialties.

    同時,要明白這些專業內部都有差異。

  • If you're doing a strictly aesthetics based plastic surgery practice, you'll be making

    如果你做的是嚴格意義上的美學整形手術,你會使

  • more money and taking less call compared to your reconstructive plastic surgery colleagues.

    與你的整形外科同事相比,錢多,接的電話少。

  • Similarly, an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in trauma will have busier call than one focusing

    同樣,專門從事創傷的骨科醫生的電話也會比專注於創傷的醫生更忙。

  • on sports medicine.

    關於運動醫學;

  • I've covered each of these specialties in their own dedicated video in my So You Want

    我已經在我的《你想要的》中,在他們自己的專門視頻中介紹了這些專業的每一項。

  • to Be series.

    待系列。

  • Link in the description.

    說明中的鏈接。

  • If you've explored the world of physician bloggers, you'll see a common patternthey're

    如果你探索過醫生博客的世界,你會看到一個共同的模式--他們是

  • mostly in either anesthesiology or emergency medicine.

    多為麻醉科或急診科。

  • That's for good reason, as these are two fantastic lifestyle specialties.

    這是有充分理由的,因為這是兩種奇妙的生活方式特產。

  • With emergency medicine, you do shift work.

    在急診科,你要做輪班工作。

  • You know when you're going in and out of the hospital, and exactly how long you're working.

    你知道你什麼時候進出醫院,以及你到底要工作多久。

  • You don't take work home with you either which is nice.

    你也不會把工作帶回家,這很好。

  • Because shifts are fixed in length and scheduled out in advance, you don't have to worry about

    由於輪班的時間是固定的,而且是事先安排好的,所以您不必擔心。

  • being called into the hospital at odd hours or having long cases one day that keep you

    被叫到醫院在奇怪的時間或有一天有很長的案件,讓你

  • in the hospital much later than planned.

    比計劃的時間晚了很多

  • Anesthesiology also offers much more flexibility in scheduling compared to something like surgery.

    與外科手術等相比,麻醉科在排班上也更加靈活。

  • If a surgery is going longer than expected due to complications or any other reason,

    如果由於併發症或其他原因,手術時間比預期長。

  • the surgeon must stick it out and complete the case.

    外科醫生必須堅持下去,完成病例。

  • Anesthesiologists, on the other hand, can swap in and out as needed.

    麻醉師則可以根據需要換來換去。

  • On average, you'll have more predictable hours, and it's not uncommon to see anesthesiologists

    平均來說,你會有更多的可預測的時間,而且看到麻醉師的情況並不少見。

  • reading on their computer or doing something else on the side during slower periods in

    閒暇時在電腦上看書或做其他事情。

  • a long case.

    長的案子。

  • Radiology is unique in that you aren't in charge of patient care directly.

    放射科的獨特之處在於,你並不直接負責病人的護理。

  • Instead, you're primarily reading images, a step or two removed from patient care.

    而不是以閱讀影像為主,與病人護理相差一兩步。

  • As a result, you're somewhat of a replaceable cog in a wheel, which can be a good or bad

    是以,你在某種程度上是車輪上的一個可替換的齒輪,這可能是一個好的或壞的。

  • thing depending on how you look at it.

    的事情,就看你怎麼看了。

  • One key advantage is that you have more control over your schedule and are less susceptible

    一個關鍵的優勢是,你對你的日程安排有更多的控制權,並且不容易受到以下影響

  • to the unpredictabilities of patient care.

    到患者護理的不可預知性。

  • Beyond your specialty choice, there are other considerations that will influence your attending

    除了你的專業選擇,還有其他的考慮因素會影響到你的就診情況

  • lifestyle.

    生活方式。

  • First, are you a cash-only practice or more traditional in accepting insurance?

    首先,你是隻收現金的做法還是比較傳統的接受保險?

  • You can be a cash-based practice across many specialties, although some specialties are

    你可以在很多專業領域進行現金業務,雖然有些專業是

  • more conducive than others.

    比別人更有利。

  • For example, it's not feasible to be a cash-based emergency medicine physician, but you do see

    比如說,做一個以現金為基礎的急診科醫生是不可行的,但你確實看到了

  • primary care doctors who are cash-only.

    只收現金的初級保健醫生;

  • The two that have the best cash-based options would be dermatology and plastic surgery,

    最有現金選擇的兩個應該是皮膚科和整形外科。

  • as both serve patient populations interested in elective aesthetic and cosmetic procedures

    因為兩者都服務於對選擇性美容和整形手術感興趣的患者群體。

  • which are often not covered by insurance anyway.

    往往不在保險範圍內。

  • This is a distinct advantage to both specialties, as they are more resistant to policy changes

    這是兩個專業的明顯優勢,因為它們對政策變化的抵抗力較強

  • regarding reimbursement.

    關於報帳的問題。

  • After all, they can always fall back on a cash-only practice if things went south.

    畢竟,如果出了問題,他們可以隨時回到只用現金的做法。

  • Second, your practice setting will have a huge influence on your lifestyle.

    其次,你的練習環境會對你的生活方式產生巨大影響。

  • If you're in a smaller private practice, you're juggling both being a physician with running

    如果你是一個較小的私人診所,你既要做醫生,又要經營。

  • a business.

    一家企業。

  • That means clinical responsibilities and administrative ones, and you'll be working longer hours than

    這意味著臨床責任和行政責任,你的工作時間會比現在更長。

  • your colleagues who work at Kaiser or a larger community based practice.

    您在Kaiser或更大的社區實踐中工作的同事。

  • In private practice, you work harder and can make more.

    在私人診所,你會更加努力,可以賺更多。

  • If you go the traditional community route, you have much less to worry about, more regular

    如果走傳統的社區路線,你的煩惱就少了很多,更多的是常規的

  • hours, and while you won't make as much, you'll still make a very comfortable living.

    小時,雖然你賺的錢不會那麼多,但你的生活還是會非常舒適。

  • Overall, lifestyle is an important consideration, but shouldn't be your primary consideration.

    總的來說,生活方式是一個重要的考慮因素,但不應該是你的主要考慮因素。

  • If you're the kind of person that loves orthopedic surgery, you may not enjoy life as a psychiatrist,

    如果你是那種喜歡骨科手術的人,你可能不會享受作為精神科醫生的生活。

  • even though psychiatrists work far fewer hours on average.

    儘管精神科醫生的平均工作時間要少得多。

  • If you need help deciding on a specialty, check out my video that breaks it down into

    如果你需要幫助決定一個專業,請看我的視頻,它分為

  • a step by step process.

    一步步的過程。

  • And if you'd like to learn more about any specialty in greater depth, check out my So

    如果你想更深入地瞭解任何專業,請查看我的《So》。

  • You Want to Be series.

    你想成為系列。

  • Much love, and I'll see you guys there.

    很愛你們,我們在那裡見。

They say being a doctor is greatyou'll help people, make a lot of money, and work

他們說當醫生很好--你可以幫助別人,賺很多錢,還可以工作。

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