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  • So you want to become a pediatrician. You love the idea of babies, children, and adolescents.

    所以你想成為一名兒科醫生。你喜歡嬰兒、兒童和青少年的想法。

  • Who needs adults anyway? Let's debunk the public perception myths, and give it to you

    到底誰需要成年人?讓我們揭穿公眾認知的神話,並把它交給你

  • straight. This is the reality of pediatrics.

    直。這就是兒科的現實。

  • Dr. Jubbal, MedSchoolInsiders.com.

    Jubbal博士,MedSchoolInsiders.com。

  • Welcome to our next installment in So You Want to Be. In this series, we highlight a

    歡迎來到《你想成為什麼樣的人》的下一期節目。在這個系列中,我們將重點介紹一個

  • specific specialty within medicine, such as pediatrics, and help you decide if it's

    醫學中的特定專業,如兒科,並幫助你決定它是否是

  • a good fit for you. You can find the other specialties on our So You Want to Be playlist.

    很適合你。你可以在我們的 "你想成為 "播放列表中找到其他專業。

  • If you want to vote in upcoming polls to decide what future specialties we cover, make sure

    如果你想在即將舉行的投票中投票,以決定我們未來涵蓋的專業,請確保

  • you're subscribed. If you'd like to see what being a pediatrician

    你已經訂閱了。如果你想了解作為一名兒科醫生的情況

  • looks like, check out my second channel, Kevin Jubbal, M.D., where we'll be covering a day

    看起來像,看看我的第二個頻道,凱文-朱巴爾,醫學博士,在那裡我們將涵蓋一天的

  • in the life of a pediatrician in the future.

    在未來的兒科醫生生活中。

  • Pediatrics is the field of medicine providing care for babies, children, and adolescents

    兒科是為嬰兒、兒童和青少年提供護理的醫學領域。

  • from birth up to the age of 25. The age range was capped at 18, but given our new understanding

    從出生到25歲。該年齡段的上限為18歲,但鑑於我們的新認識

  • of human brain development, the age range has been expanded.

    在人類大腦發育的過程中,年齡範圍已經擴大。

  • Think of pediatrics as the equivalent of internal medicine, but for younger patients. That isn't

    將兒科視為相當於內科,但針對的是年輕患者。這並不是

  • to say that children are just little adults, because they're not. Children's physiology

    說兒童只是小大人,因為他們不是。兒童的生理學

  • is different, and certain medications you would use for adults may have dangerous side

    不同的是,某些用於成人的藥物可能有危險的副作用。

  • effect profiles in children.

    兒童中的效果圖。

  • Additionally, because children are more resilient than adults, they tend to crash hard and abruptly,

    此外,由於兒童比成人更有彈性,他們往往會猛烈而突然地崩潰。

  • meaning they may seem relatively ok and stable, followed by a sudden decompensation requiring

    這意味著他們可能看起來相對正常和穩定,隨後突然失調,需要

  • prompt intervention.

    迅速干預。

  • Just like internal medicine, pediatrics is a massive field with a variety of subspecialties

    就像內科一樣,兒科是一個龐大的領域,有各種各樣的亞專業

  • such that it's difficult to generalize the field. You can take care of patients in a

    這樣,就很難對該領域進行概括。你可以照顧病人在一個

  • variety of settings, from premature babies in the NICU, to healthy children at regular

    從新生兒重症監護室的早產兒,到普通病房的健康兒童,各種環境都有。

  • PCP visits, to hospitalized children for various rare genetic anomalies.

    初級保健醫生門診,到因各種罕見的遺傳性異常而住院的兒童。

  • You can view pediatrics from a generalist versus a specialist lens. As a generalist,

    你可以從全科醫生和專科醫生的角度來看待兒科。作為一個全科醫生。

  • you'll be handling a wide variety of presenting pathologies that don't require sub-specialized

    你將會處理各種不需要亞專業的病症。

  • care. If you practice in the inpatient setting, this translates to being a pediatric hospitalist,

    護理。如果你在住院環境中執業,這就意味著你是一名兒科住院醫生。

  • taking care of kiddos admitted to the hospital. This may include infectious diseases like

    照顧入院的孩子們。這可能包括傳染病,如

  • pneumonia and cellulitis, neonatal issues like hyperbilirubinemia and failure to thrive,

    肺炎和蜂窩組織炎,新生兒問題,如高膽紅素血癥和未能茁壯成長。

  • or metabolic problems like diabetes, among others. If you're an outpatient generalist,

    或糖尿病等新陳代謝問題,等等。如果你是一個門診的普通醫生。

  • you'll be seeing patients in clinic, primarily for regular checkups, vaccinations, and less

    你將在診所為病人看病,主要是進行定期檢查、接種疫苗,以及更少的費用。

  • acute conditions, like allergies, eczema, constipation, or ADHD.

    急性病,如過敏、溼疹、便祕或多動症。

  • As a specialist, you focus on a single organ system of the body. Similar to internal medicine,

    作為一個專家,你專注於身體的一個器官系統。類似於內科醫學。

  • this could be cardiology, gastroenterology, rheumatology, endocrinology, and others. Neonatologists

    這可能是心臟病學、胃腸病學、風溼病學、內分泌學和其他。新生兒科醫生

  • specialize in the care of neonates, which are infants less than 4 weeks old.

    專注於新生兒的護理,新生兒是指小於4周的嬰兒。

  • In outpatient adult medicine, the majority of your patients have comorbidities, meaning

    在成人門診中,你的大多數病人都有合併症,這意味著

  • pre-existing medical conditions or risk factors. In outpatient pediatrics, the majority of

    以前存在的醫療條件或風險因素。在兒科門診中,大多數的

  • your patients are well children, and you'll primarily be focusing on health promotion

    你的病人是健康的兒童,你將主要關注健康促進。

  • to prevent rather than manage a diagnosis. You'll build a relationship with the patient

    以預防而不是管理診斷。你將與病人建立一種關係

  • and their family over time, as you may see them for up to 25 years, through all developmental

    隨著時間的推移,你可能會看到他們長達25年的時間,經歷所有的發展階段。

  • stages.

    階段。

  • Beyond well child visits, you'll see the occasional asthma, eczema, or failure to thrive, meaning

    在兒童健康檢查之外,你會看到偶爾的哮喘、溼疹或未能茁壯成長,這意味著

  • poor weight gain. From time to time you'll see a rare diagnosis, like leukemia or retinoblastoma,

    體重增加不佳。不時你會看到一個罕見的診斷,如白血病或視網膜母細胞瘤。

  • but these are exceedingly rare in primary care outpatient settings. You'll still need

    但這些在初級保健門診中是非常罕見的。你仍然需要

  • to be alert, as kids can compensate well and look healthy until they suddenly decompensate.

    要保持警惕,因為孩子們可以很好地補償,看起來很健康,直到他們突然失衡。

  • Outpatient pediatrics has a great work-life balance, and you'll generally work 9 to 5

    兒科門診有很好的工作和生活平衡,你一般會朝九晚五地工作。

  • hours. It's common to have 4 days of clinic and 1 admin day per week.

    時間。每週有4天的門診和1個行政日是很常見的。

  • With inpatient medicine, your focus is on kids who need to be admitted to the hospital.

    在住院醫療方面,你的重點是那些需要住院的孩子。

  • You'll admit patients from the emergency department, working them up with labs, diagnostics, imaging,

    你要從急診科收治病人,用實驗室、診斷學、影像學來幫助他們。

  • and other tests. For certain conditions requiring specialized care, you'll send consults to

    和其他測試。對於某些需要專門護理的病症,你會把諮詢意見送到

  • the specialists for recommendations.

    專家的建議。

  • In adult medicine, you often have disposition disasters, meaning a great deal of frustration

    在成人醫學中,你經常會遇到處置災難,這意味著大量的挫敗感

  • in discharging the patient and getting them to a place that can take care of them, whether

    在讓病人出院並把他們送到可以照顧他們的地方,無論是

  • that's a skilled nursing facility or some place else. However, social situations can

    那是一個專業的護理機構或其他地方。然而,社會情況可以

  • still be complex with kids, such as when they aren't safe at home with their parents. In

    與孩子們在一起仍然很複雜,例如當他們在家裡與父母在一起時不安全。在

  • these instances you'll interface with social workers and child protective services.

    在這些情況下,你將與社會工作者和兒童保護服務機構接觸。

  • Academic pediatrics often includes 12-18 weeks of inpatient care. Beyond clinical practice,

    學術性兒科通常包括12-18周的住院治療。在臨床實踐之外。

  • there's a high amount of research and teaching, in addition to side projects of various types.

    有大量的研究和教學工作,此外還有各種類型的副業項目。

  • These are wide ranging, such as quality improvement for implementing a different electronic medical

    這些都是廣泛的,如實施不同的電子醫療的品質改進。

  • record in the hospital, or partaking in advocacy and going to the capitol, lobbying for better

    在醫院的記錄,或參與宣傳活動,去國會遊說,以改善

  • safety protections for children. Community pediatrics is the most common practice

    對兒童的安全保護。社區兒科是最常見的實踐

  • setting, where you're working with a larger medical group. Private practice is the least

    設置,在那裡你與一個較大的醫療集團合作。私人診所是最不

  • common, as it is for other specialties, in part because hospitals are buying up small

    與其他專業一樣,這種情況很普遍,部分原因是醫院正在購買小型的

  • private practices.

    私人診所。

  • Some think that pediatrics isn't that complicated, and it's just babysitting. That's certainly

    有些人認為,兒科沒有那麼複雜,它只是保姆而已。這當然是

  • not the case, and remember, kids actually have a unique physiology that requires careful

    並非如此,請記住,孩子們實際上有一個獨特的生理結構,需要小心翼翼地對待。

  • attention and nuance. Acuity and sick kids are certainly a part of pediatrics, although

    注意力和細微差別。敏銳度和生病的孩子當然是兒科的一部分,雖然

  • it's fair to say on average there's a lower amount of acuity.

    可以說,平均而言,敏銳度較低。

  • If you think pediatrics includes only talking to children, think again. There's a heavy

    如果你認為兒科只包括與兒童交談,那就再想想吧。這裡有一個很重

  • family relationship building component, and you'll essentially work with at least 2 patients

    家庭關係的建立部分,你基本上會與至少2個病人一起工作

  • the kid and their parents.

    - 孩子和他們的父母。

  • Last, some think pediatrics is a woman's field, and while the majority are certainly women,

    最後,有些人認為兒科是一個女性的領域,雖然大多數人肯定是女性。

  • it's not as skewed as some other specialties. Approximately 70% of pediatricians are female.

    它不像其他一些專業那樣有偏差。大約70%的兒科醫生是女性。

  • After medical school, pediatrics residency in the U.S. is 3 years. In residency, the

    醫學院畢業後,美國的兒科住院醫師是3年。在住院期間,

  • focus is on inpatient, but there's of course continuity clinic, where you'll act as the

    重點是住院病人,但當然也有連續性的診所,在那裡你將充當醫生。

  • primary pediatrician for your panel of patients. You'll get new babies when starting residency

    為你的病人小組提供主要的兒科醫生。開始實習時,你會得到新的嬰兒

  • and have them for 3 years, offering a longitudinal relationship that many enjoy.

    並擁有它們3年的時間,提供了許多人喜歡的縱向關係。

  • As with most residencies, the hours are challenging, usually ranging between 60 to 80 hours on

    與大多數實習生一樣,工作時間很有挑戰性,通常在60至80小時之間。

  • most weeks. It's not too far off from something like internal medicine. A chief year, meaning

    大多數星期。這與內科之類的事情相差不大。一個首席年,意味著

  • tacking on a fourth year to your residency, is optional, and is best suited for those

    增加第四年的住院醫生,是可選的,最適合於那些

  • looking at academic positions who want to strengthen their CV and leadership experience.

    希望加強其履歷和上司經驗的學術職位的人。

  • In terms of competitiveness, pediatrics is in the bottom 4, with an average USMLE Step

    在競爭力方面,兒科處於倒數第四位,平均USMLE Step

  • 1 of 228, USMLE Step 2CK of 245, and match rate of 98.2%. But of course, highly desirable

    1的228,USMLE Step 2CK的245,匹配率為98.2%。但當然,非常理想的是

  • programs are more competitive, even if the overall specialty is less so.

    即使整個專業的競爭力較弱,但項目的競爭力也比較強。

  • Stereotypically, medical students applying to pediatrics are the soft, gentle, kind-hearted

    在人們的刻板印象中,申請兒科的醫學生是柔軟、溫和、心地善良的人。

  • students who care deeply about the community and kids. They tend to be positive, and want

    深切關心社區和孩子們的學生。他們往往是積極的,並希望

  • to come to work smiling and laughing with their patients. These medical students are

    來工作,與他們的病人一起微笑和歡笑。這些醫學生是

  • stereotypically the "do-gooder" types.

    屬於刻板印象中的 "行善者 "類型。

  • After pediatrics residency, there are several subspecialties you can pursue through fellowship.

    兒科住院醫師培訓結束後,有幾個亞專業你可以通過研究金進行學習。

  • All of the following are 3 years in duration.

    以下各項的期限都是3年。

  • Hematology/Oncology, or heme/onc for short, is focused on treating kids with blood or

    血液學/腫瘤學,簡稱血液/腫瘤,主要是治療患有血液或腫瘤的孩子。

  • solid cancers, including leukemia, lymphoma, brain, and the like. You'll also deal with

    固體癌症,包括白血病、淋巴瘤、腦部和類似疾病。你還將處理

  • non-cancerous blood disorders, like sickle cell disease. It's primarily, but not exclusively,

    非癌症的血液疾病,如鐮狀細胞病。這主要是,但不完全是。

  • an outpatient specialty. This is for the pediatricians who are a mix

    一個門診專業。這是為混合型的兒科醫生而設的。

  • of brain and heart. They're able to be there for their patients on one of the worst days

    的大腦和心臟。他們能夠在最糟糕的日子裡陪伴著病人

  • of a parent's life, while also being highly intellectual and strategic about the best

    在父母的生活中,同時也是高度智慧和戰略的最佳選擇。

  • approach. This also tends to be a highly academic subspecialty with many PhD's.

    方法。這也往往是一個高度學術化的亞專業,有許多博士。

  • ICU is exclusively inpatient in nature, unlike the other fellowships listed here. You'll

    與這裡列出的其他獎學金不同,ICU完全是住院病人的性質。你將

  • be dealing with critically ill kids. Instead of focusing on diagnosing conditions, your

    是處理危重病人的問題。與其專注於診斷病情,你的

  • primary aim will be to stabilize and support them for other subspecialists to take over

    主要目的是穩定和支持他們,以便其他亞專科醫生接手。

  • and follow up with. You'll be dealing with sick kids who are intubated,

    並採取後續行動。你要面對的是插管的病童。

  • meaning on breathing tubes, on pressors to maintain blood pressure, and will help with

    意味著使用呼吸管,使用加壓劑來維持血壓,並將幫助解決

  • pre- and post-op surgical care. It's primarily acute conditions, but you'll see some frequent

    術前和術後的外科護理。主要是急性病症,但你會看到一些頻繁的

  • fliers, such as patients with cerebral palsy, who are in and out of the ICU often with infections.

    飛人,如腦癱患者,他們經常因感染而進出ICU。

  • This is for the pediatricians who are the masters of physiology, remembering everything

    這是為兒科醫生準備的,他們是生理學的大師,記住了一切

  • from medical school and applying it the ventilator in front of them. They want to do the fun

    從醫學院畢業後,把它應用在他們面前的呼吸機上。他們想做的是有趣的

  • stuff of treating the physiologic abnormality and then transferring to the next level of

    治療生理異常的東西,然後轉移到下一個層次的

  • care, without getting into the nitty gritty of diagnosis and follow-up.

    護理,但不涉及診斷和隨訪的細枝末節。

  • Cardiology is the most competitive pediatric specialty, and many do additional fellowships

    心臟科是競爭最激烈的兒科專業,許多人做額外的研究金。

  • after to further subspecialize within cardiology, like electrophysiology.

    後在心臟病學內進一步細分,如電生理學。

  • You'll deal with lots of congenital abnormalities, like the tetralogy of fallot. In managing

    你會處理很多先天性畸形,如謬誤四聯症。在管理

  • these congenital conditions, you'll work closely with cardiothoracic surgeons to determine

    對於這些先天性疾病,你將與心胸外科醫生緊密合作,以確定

  • optimal timing of repairs. Sometimes, it's a staged repair, requiring one surgery at

    修復的最佳時機。有時,它是一個階段性的修復,需要一個手術在

  • 6 months, another at 1 year, and so on.

    6個月,另一個在1年,以此類推。

  • Stereotypically, these are the pediatricians with a bit of a god complex who love managing

    通常情況下,這些兒科醫生都有一點上帝情結,他們喜歡管理。

  • complex physiology and nerding out about physics.

    複雜的生理學和對物理學的痴迷。

  • Gastroenterology is a highly procedural subspecialty, splitting time between inpatient, clinic,

    胃腸病學是一個高度程序化的亞專業,在住院病人和診所之間分配時間。

  • and the procedure suite for endoscopies and liver biopsies. They primarily deal with chronic

    以及用於內窺鏡檢查和肝臟活檢的手術室。他們主要處理慢性

  • diseases, like inflammatory bowel disease, thus promoting longitudinal relationships.

    疾病,如炎症性腸病,從而促進縱向的關係。

  • But there's much more to it than that, such as getting into the mind-body connection,

    但它的意義遠不止於此,比如說進入心身的聯繫。

  • as there's a large overlap with psychosomatic disorders in children, such as anxious kids

    因為它與兒童的心身疾病有很大的重疊,如焦慮的孩子。

  • with abdominal pain. Nutrition is an increasingly important focus as we are in a child obesity

    腹痛。營養是一個越來越重要的焦點,因為我們正處於兒童肥胖症期

  • epidemic.

    疫情。

  • Stereotypically, these are the down to earth pediatricians who enjoy joking about poop

    從陳規定型來看,這些人是腳踏實地的兒科醫生,喜歡拿大便開玩笑。

  • with kids and enjoy working with their hands, and maybe don't need to be as deeply intellectual

    和孩子們在一起,喜歡用他們的雙手工作,也許不需要那麼深的知識。

  • as some of the other subspecialties, although there is a growing need for research-minded

    與其他一些亞專業一樣,儘管對有研究意識的人的需求越來越大

  • gastroenterologists with the exploding knowledge of the microbiome and intestinal immunology.

    胃腸病學家對微生物組和腸道免疫學的知識爆炸式增長。

  • Pediatric emergency medicine can be approached in one of two ways - as a three year fellowship

    兒科急診醫學可以通過兩種方式之一進行--作為三年的研究項目

  • after pediatrics residency, or a two year fellowship after adult emergency medicine

    在兒科住院醫師之後,或在成人急診醫學之後,獲得兩年的獎學金。

  • residency. There's no outpatient time, no following up on labs, and once you get your

    住院期間。沒有門診時間,沒有後續的實驗室,而且一旦你得到你的

  • shift done, you don't take any work home with you. Your job is to stabilize kids and get

    轉移完成後,你不會把任何工作帶回家。你的工作是穩定孩子們的情緒,並讓他們

  • them to the appropriate level of care. Compared to adult emergency medicine, there's less

    他們被送到適當的護理級別。與成人急診醫學相比,有較少的

  • acuity, but when it does escalate, it escalates quickly. If you want to know more about the

    敏銳度,但當它確實升級時,它就會迅速升級。如果你想知道更多關於

  • field of emergency medicine, we did a So You Want to Be episode on that.

    在急診醫學領域,我們做了一集《你想成為這樣的人》。

  • Pediatrics is a great specialty with lots to love.

    兒科是一個偉大的專業,有很多值得喜愛的地方。

  • First, and most obviously, you're working with kids and you get to joke around with

    首先,最明顯的是,你在和孩子們一起工作,你可以和他們一起開玩笑。

  • them and be silly every day at work. It's unique in that you can make an impact

    他們,每天在工作中都很傻。它的獨特之處在於,你可以產生影響

  • early in someone's life that can compound to yield tremendous changes over a long period.

    在一個人的生命早期,可以在很長一段時間內複合產生巨大的變化。

  • It's a beautiful part of the field that's unique to working with a pediatric population.

    這是這個領域的一個美麗的部分,是與兒科人群一起工作的獨特之處。

  • This is the most powerful form of preventative medicine for the simple fact you're intervening

    這是最有力的預防醫學形式,因為你正在進行干預。

  • early in their life.

    在他們的生命早期。

  • There are subspecialties of pediatrics that don't have great outcomes, like pediatric

    兒科的一些亞專業並沒有很好的結果,如兒科

  • oncology, but for the most part, the majority of your patients will get better. There's

    腫瘤學,但在大多數情況下,你的大多數病人會得到改善。有

  • less death compared to adult populations, and rosier outcomes are always a good thing.

    與成年人口相比,死亡人數更少,而更樂觀的結果總是一件好事。

  • There's a high amount of flexibility within the field, meaning it's family friendly. After

    該領域內有很高的靈活性,這意味著它對家庭友好。之後

  • all, these are the doctors that prioritize children. Even in residency, your program

    所有,這些都是優先考慮兒童的醫生。即使在實習期,你的項目

  • will be more understanding of maternity or paternity leave than something surgical.

    將更多地理解產假或陪產假,而不是一些外科手術。

  • While pediatrics is a great specialty, it's not for everyone.

    雖然兒科是一個偉大的專業,但它並不適合所有人。

  • Compensation for pediatrics is at the bottom of the list, averaging $232,000 per year.

    兒科的報酬在榜單中排名墊底,平均每年232,000美元。

  • Part of this is the payer mix, as many children are on medicaid, which has lower reimbursement

    部分原因是支付方的組合,因為許多兒童參加醫療補助,而醫療補助的報帳額度較低。

  • than commercial insurance. In the fee for service model of U.S. healthcare, you'll generally

    而不是商業保險。在美國醫療保健的收費模式中,你一般會

  • have fewer interventions than adults, which is another reason why adult specialties often

    與成人相比,干預措施較少,這也是為什麼成人專科常常

  • make more.

    做出更多。

  • If you love high acuity and the adrenaline rush, pediatrics has less acuity than most

    如果你喜歡高敏度和腎上腺素的刺激,兒科的敏度比大多數人要低。

  • other specialties, since kids are usually healthy and resilient.

    其他專業,因為孩子們通常是健康和有彈性的。

  • As with other primary care focused specialties, there's lots of charting and computer time,

    與其他專注於初級保健的專業一樣,有大量的製圖和計算機時間。

  • and you may feel like you don't get enough time with your patients.

    而且你可能覺得你沒有足夠的時間與你的病人相處。

  • Seeing child abuse and maltreatment, or seeing young children pass also never gets easier.

    看到兒童受虐待和被虐待,或看到年幼的兒童過世也從未變得容易。

  • And finally, there's not as much research within pediatrics compared to adult medicine,

    最後,與成人醫學相比,兒科內的研究沒有那麼多。

  • which can be frustrating since certain drugs haven't yet been tested in kids for efficacy

    這可能是令人沮喪的,因為某些藥物還沒有在兒童身上進行療效測試。

  • and safety profiles.

    和安全概況。

  • How can you decide if pediatrics is a good fit for you?

    你如何決定兒科是否適合你?

  • While you should certainly love children, you shouldn't mind having essentially two

    雖然你當然應該喜歡孩子,但你不應該介意基本上有兩個孩子。

  • patientsafter all, you're dealing with not only the kids but also their parents,

    病人--畢竟,你面對的不僅是孩子,還有他們的父母。

  • who may be more concerned or neurotic with their child's health than with their own.

    他們可能對自己孩子的健康比對自己的健康更關心或更神經質。

  • Pediatricians also tend to think about the health of the whole child, including nutrition,

    兒科醫生也傾向於考慮整個孩子的健康,包括營養。

  • living situation, families, and thinking broadly about what health means more so than just

    思考健康的含義,而不只是考慮到生活狀況、家庭,以及廣泛地考慮到健康的含義。

  • diagnosing and treating conditions.

    診斷和治療疾病。

  • Many pediatricians find enjoyment with the data, puzzles, and detail required of the

    許多兒科醫生髮現,他們喜歡數據、謎題和細節方面的要求。

  • field. They tend to be interested in public health and advocacy work, and are focused

    領域。他們往往對公共衛生和宣傳工作感興趣,並專注於

  • on more than just the medicine aspect, but also the context in which the child grows.

    不僅僅是藥品方面,還有兒童成長的環境。

  • In doing so, they hope to build a better system to promote children's health.

    通過這樣做,他們希望建立一個更好的系統來促進兒童的健康。

  • And finally, the happiest pediatricians tend to be mission driven. After all, it's not

    最後,最幸福的兒科醫生往往是由任務驅動的。畢竟,這並不是

  • a lucrative specialty, and many who go into this field do so because they love kids and

    一個有利可圖的專業,許多人進入這個領域是因為他們喜歡孩子和

  • want to take care of them at the end of the day.

    想在一天結束時照顧好他們。

  • Special thanks to Dr. Erin Elbel Mauney, current Insider at Med School Insiders, for helping

    特別感謝Erin Elbel Mauney博士,現任醫學院內幕的內幕人士,為其提供幫助。

  • me in the creation of this video. Are you hoping to become a pediatrician? To

    我在這個視頻的創作中。你希望成為一名兒科醫生嗎?要

  • get into medical school and match into a desirable pediatrics residency, you'll need to not

    進入醫學院並匹配到理想的兒科住院醫生,你需要的不是

  • only crush your MCAT and USMLE, but also shine on your personal statement, secondaries, interviews,

    不僅要粉碎你的MCAT和USMLE,還要在你的個人陳述、課外活動、面試中大放異彩。

  • and other soft components of your application. At Med School Insiders, our pediatricians

    和你的申請的其他軟性組成部分。在Med School Insiders,我們的兒科醫生

  • can help you get there. We've had over 3,000 customers so far and have an industry leading

    可以幫助你達到目的。到目前為止,我們已經有超過3000名客戶,並擁有行業領先的

  • 99% customer satisfaction rating. That's not an accidentwe've obsessed and invested

    99%的客戶滿意度。這不是偶然的--我們痴迷並投資於

  • heavily over the past few years in creating our proprietary systems that allow us to consistently

    在過去的幾年裡,我們在創建我們的專有系統方面做了大量工作,使我們能夠持續地

  • provide excellent service and deliver stellar results. That's the Med School Insiders difference.

    提供卓越的服務並提供出色的結果。這就是Med School Insiders的與眾不同之處。

  • Learn more about why our customers love us at MedSchoolInsiders.com.

    在MedSchoolInsiders.com瞭解更多關於我們的客戶為什麼喜歡我們。

  • Thank you all so much for watching! If you enjoyed this video, check out another specialty

    非常感謝大家的觀看!如果你喜歡這個視頻,請查看另一個專業

  • on our So You Want to Be playlist. Much love, and I'll see you guys there.

    在我們的 "你想成為 "播放列表中。非常感謝,我們會在那裡見到你們。

So you want to become a pediatrician. You love the idea of babies, children, and adolescents.

所以你想成為一名兒科醫生。你喜歡嬰兒、兒童和青少年的想法。

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你想成為一名PEDIATRICIAN [第24集] (So You Want to Be a PEDIATRICIAN [Ep. 24])

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