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  • Medical school primarily teaches you about, well, medicine. Big surprise, I knowthe

    醫學院主要教你的是,嗯,醫學。

  • science of the human body, anatomy, physiology, patient care, and the other factors related

    人體科學、解剖學、生理學、病人護理和其他相關因素。

  • to that. But becoming a happy and thriving medical professional requires much more than

    到這一點。但是,要成為一個快樂和蓬勃發展的醫療專業人員,需要的遠遠不止是

  • just a base of medical knowledge. Here's what they don't teach you in medical school.

    只是一個醫學知識的基礎。下面是他們在醫學院裡沒有教給你的東西。

  • Dr. Jubbal, MedSchoolInsiders.com.

    Jubbal博士,MedSchoolInsiders.com。

  • Financial literacy is vastly under-appreciated amongst medical students, residents, and even

    財務知識在醫科學生、住院醫師,甚至是醫生中都被嚴重低估了。

  • attending physicians. The belief is that since they'll be making great money when they're

    主治醫生。他們認為,既然他們在工作時能賺大錢,那麼他們就能賺大錢。

  • fully trained with their big boy and big girl doctor jobs, everything will work out. It's

    充分訓練他們的大男孩和大女孩醫生的工作,一切都會好起來的。這就是

  • this mindset that results in a shocking number of high-income earning physicians living paycheck

    這種心態導致數量驚人的高收入醫生靠工資生活。

  • to paycheck. They can never free up their time and they're forever a slave to their

    到發工資。他們永遠無法釋放出自己的時間,他們永遠是自己的奴隸。

  • job, ignorant of the basics of personal finance and investing.

    工作,對個人財務和投資的基本知識一無所知。

  • Part of the hesitancy is due to the intimidating amounts of debt that the majority of medical

    猶豫不決的部分原因是,大多數醫療機構的債務數額令人生畏。

  • students take on. It's scary, and you're already busy with so many other things, can't you

    學生承擔的。這很可怕,而且你已經在忙於其他那麼多事情了,難道你還不能

  • just worry about that later? Look, if you were able to learn how to manage ventilator

    只是擔心以後的問題?聽著,如果你能夠學會如何管理呼吸機

  • settings in a critically ill patient or the nuances of ion transporters in the renal tubules,

    危重病人的設置或腎小管中離子轉運器的細微差別。

  • you sure as hell can learn some basic financial literacy. And you'll probably be surprised

    你肯定可以學到一些基本的金融知識。而且你可能會感到驚訝

  • how shockingly straightforward and easy it is once you get the basics down.

    一旦你掌握了基本知識,它是多麼令人震驚地直接和容易。

  • The reason it's important to get started on this sooner than later is because of the **compounding

    之所以要儘早開始做這件事,是因為**的複合效應。

  • effect**. As Albert Einstein once said, “Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world.

    效果**。正如阿爾伯特-愛因斯坦曾經說過的,"複利是世界的第八大奇蹟。

  • He who understands it, earns it. He who doesn't, pays it." The longer you are able to get the

    瞭解它的人,賺取它。不懂的人,就付出代價"。你能夠得到的時間越長

  • compounding effect to work for you, the greater its seemingly magical effect.

    複利效應對你的作用,其看似神奇的效果就越大。

  • I recommend starting with the [White Coat Investor book](https://geni.us/liMjA) for

    我建議從[白大褂投資者書](https://geni.us/liMjA)開始學習。

  • a quick yet mostly comprehensive breakdown of finances as it relates to future physicians.

    一個快速但主要是全面的財務細分,因為它涉及到未來的醫生。

  • If you'd like to go a little deeper, you can find some of my favorite financing and investing

    如果你想更深入地瞭解,你可以找到一些我最喜歡的融資和投資方式

  • books in the video description or on the [essential books list on the Med School Insiders website](https://medschoolinsiders.com/tools/essential-books-for-students/).

    視頻描述中的書籍或[Med School Insiders網站上的基本書籍列表](https://medschoolinsiders.com/tools/essential-books-for-students/)。

  • The flip side of financial literacy is to **understand the value of your time**. Some

    理財知識的反面是要**瞭解你的時間價值**。一些

  • get too obsessed with saving every single penny they can, so much so that they sacrifice

    太過執著於節省每一分錢,以至於犧牲了自己的利益。

  • the quality of their life in substantial ways.

    他們的生活品質在很大程度上得到了改善。

  • Remember that as a medical student and residency physician, you'll be much busier than the

    請記住,作為一名醫科學生和住院醫生,你將會比其他醫生更忙。

  • average person. It may make sense to skip upgrading your iPhone or splurging on fancy

    普通人。跳過升級你的iPhone或花錢買花哨的東西可能是有意義的。

  • new shoes and instead use those funds to buy your time back through forms of convenience.

    儘可能多地使用新鞋,而用這些資金通過便利的形式買回你的時間。

  • For example, when I was in residency, I paid a premium to live in a townhome near my hospital.

    例如,當我在做住院醫生時,我花錢住在醫院附近的一個聯排別墅。

  • Even though I was paying a couple hundred extra dollars per month, this was a worthwhile

    儘管我每個月要多付幾百美元,但這是值得的。

  • expense for me, as I was able to cycle to and from the hospital, which not only saved

    對我來說,這是一筆開支,因為我可以騎自行車往返醫院,這不僅節省了

  • time commuting but also helped me be regular about my cardio. There were other smaller

    在通勤的時候,也幫助我有規律地進行有氧運動。還有其他較小的

  • perks too – I had a washer and dryer in unit, a garage to keep my car cleaner longer,

    也有好處--我在組織、部門裡有洗衣機和烘乾機,有一個車庫,可以讓我的車更乾淨。

  • and even had one room as an office and another room as my bedroom which improved my sleep

    甚至將一個房間作為辦公室,另一個房間作為我的臥室,這改善了我的睡眠。

  • quality. You may also find it worthwhile to spend the extra money to get your groceries

    品質。你可能也會發現,花額外的錢來購買雜貨是值得的。

  • delivered or even pay for meal prep services.

    送餐或甚至支付備餐服務。

  • The next point is what I call focusing on a bottom-up rather than a top-down approach

    下一點就是我所說的專注於自下而上而不是自上而下的方法

  • to your life. Given the pressure of medical school and residency, it's natural for us

    對你的生活。鑑於醫學院和住院醫師的壓力,我們自然會

  • to focus on the top level items, such as performance on your upcoming exams and boards, or impressing

    專注於最高級別的項目,例如在即將到來的考試和委員會中的表現,或給人留下深刻印象。

  • your preceptors in rotations, or grinding on the next research project to improve your

    在輪換中與你的教官交流,或在下一個研究項目上磨練,以提高你的能力。

  • application.

    應用。

  • The field of medicine, despite its focus on health, does a terrible job in allowing medical

    醫學領域儘管以健康為重點,但在讓醫學

  • students and residents actually focus on bottom level foundational factors, most importantly

    學生和居民實際上關注的是底層的基礎因素,最重要的是

  • one's own health. We know that to be at your own peak performance, your health is the most

    一個人的健康。我們知道,要想使自己的業績達到頂峰,你的健康是最重要的。

  • important foundational factor. Yet instead of actually instilling meaningful changes

    重要的基礎性因素。然而,並沒有真正灌輸有意義的變化

  • systemically to promote this, we get useless lip service and mandatory wellness sessions

    系統地促進這一點,我們得到的是無用的口頭服務和強制性的健康會議

  • that just waste time and tell us how important it is to sleep. No ****, Sherlock, and this

    這只是浪費時間,告訴我們睡覺是多麼重要。沒有****,夏洛克,而這

  • 1 hour mandatory session is eating into that precious time.

    1個小時的強制課程正在吞噬這寶貴的時間。

  • Since the system is broken, you must take matters into your own hands. No matter how

    既然系統已經壞了,你必須自己動手。無論如何

  • busy you get, remember that your health is the most important thing, and should not be

    請記住,你的健康是最重要的事情,不應該被忽視。

  • compromised.

    妥協了。

  • There are 3 ways that medical students and residents commonly cut corners on their health

    醫學生和住院醫生通常在健康方面有3種偷工減料的方式

  • that result in significant long term detrimental effects. You may not notice the effects today

    導致重大的長期有害影響。你今天可能沒有注意到這些影響

  • or next week, but after a few weeks, months, and even years, these harmful effects will

    或下週,但在幾周、幾個月、甚至幾年後,這些有害影響將

  • compound with time. That's not a good thing. Sleep and exercise are the two most obvious

    隨著時間的推移而複合。這不是一件好事。睡眠和運動是兩個最明顯的

  • ones, and you don't need me to repeat those, but these 3 are also commonly overlooked:

    你不需要我重複這些,但這3個也是經常被忽視的。

  • First, relationships! When crunched for time, relationships are commonly one of the first

    首先,關係!當時間緊張的時候,人際關係通常是第一個要處理的問題之一。

  • things to go. That's normal, and definitely something I did as well. But remember that

    的事情去了。這很正常,而且肯定也是我所做的事情。但請記住

  • we need our social support systems. We need robust relationships with our family and friends

    我們需要我們的社會支持系統。我們需要與我們的家人和朋友建立健全的關係

  • to feel happy and content. We need to be connected with people we enjoy to avoid being sucked

    來感受快樂和滿足。我們需要與我們喜歡的人聯繫,以避免被吸食

  • into a downward negative spiral from isolation and working ourselves to the limit.

    陷入孤立無援的負面漩渦,把自己的工作做到極限。

  • There are many ways to make this work with your busy schedule. Have phone calls while

    有許多方法可以讓你在繁忙的日程安排下工作。有電話而

  • you're driving to and from the hospital. FaceTime a friend who lives in a different city while

    你開車往返於醫院之間。與住在不同城市的朋友進行FaceTime通話,同時

  • you're eating dinner. Get social with your exercise and invite a friend to cycle, hike,

    你在吃晚飯的時候。鍛鍊時要注意社交,邀請朋友一起騎車、爬山。

  • or climb with you.

    或與你一起攀登。

  • The second commonly overlooked category is mental health. It's ironic how much we emphasize

    第二個經常被忽視的類別是心理健康。具有諷刺意味的是,我們多麼強調

  • the importance of mental health for our patients, yet stigmatize it amongst our own.

    我們知道心理健康對病人的重要性,但在我們自己的病人中卻將其汙名化。

  • Medical school and residency are not easy, and it's not only ok, but the right thing

    醫學院和住院醫師並不容易,這不僅是可以的,而且是正確的事情。

  • to do to seek out therapy when you need it. It's okay not to be okay. By getting your

    當你需要的時候,要做的是尋求治療。不好也沒關係。通過讓你的

  • mental health sorted, you'll not only be happier, but much more effective in coping with the

    在心理健康方面,你不僅會更快樂,而且能更有效地應對各種問題。

  • massive workload and stressors of the hospital and patient care.

    醫院和病人護理的巨大工作量和壓力。

  • The third and final one is diet. I get it - you're busy and don't have time to cook.

    第三也是最後一個是飲食。我明白 - 你很忙,沒有時間做飯。

  • There are still ways to eat healthy. If you eat crap, it's natural to feel like crap.

    仍然有辦法吃得健康。如果你吃的是垃圾,自然會有垃圾的感覺。

  • Burgers and deep fried chicken aren't your only options when you eat out or grab fast

    漢堡和炸雞並不是你在外面吃飯或吃快餐時的唯一選擇。

  • food. I'm always surprised how people write off a certain restaurant as healthy or unhealthy

    食物。我總是驚訝於人們如何將某家餐廳寫成健康或不健康的。

  • without acknowledging that there is a wide range of options. I can eat relatively healthy

    而不承認有廣泛的選擇。我可以吃得相對健康

  • or unhealthy at Chipotle, based on what I order. Some of you will squirm at the idea

    或不健康的Chipotle,根據我點的東西。你們中的一些人對這個想法會感到不安

  • of this, but by simply creating rules for myself, such as "I don't eat cheese" or "I

    這一點,而是通過簡單地為自己制定規則,如 "我不吃奶酪 "或 "我

  • don't eat deep fried foods", I was able to eat quite clean for years without temptation.

    不吃油炸食品",我能夠在沒有誘惑的情況下吃得很乾淨,有好幾年了。

  • It's actually much harder to weigh the options and decide each time whether or not you'll

    實際上,要權衡各種選擇,並決定是否每次都要做,這要難得多。

  • allow yourself to indulge. Ultimately, you end up indulging and feeling guilty more often

    允許自己放縱。最終,你最終會放縱自己,並更經常地感到內疚。

  • than anticipated.

    比預期的要好。

  • There's a wide gap between the reality and society's expectation of what it means to

    在現實和社會對 "我是誰 "的期望之間存在著巨大的差距。

  • be a doctor. Many will think your life is easy or that you make lots of money. Very

    成為一名醫生。許多人會認為你的生活很輕鬆,或者你能賺很多錢。非常

  • few will appreciate the fact that while most people began working and saving at 22, you'll

    很少有人會欣賞這樣一個事實:雖然大多數人在22歲時就開始工作和儲蓄,但你會

  • be graduating with additional debt and only enjoy your high earning potential in your

    在畢業時還會有額外的債務,並且只能享受你的高收入潛力。

  • late 20's to mid 30's, depending on your specialty. Not only that, but you're grinding in the

    20歲左右到30歲左右,取決於你的專業。不僅如此,你還在磨合中

  • truest sense of the word for years, and that takes a toll on you.

    幾年來,在最真實的意義上,這對你來說是一種損失。

  • Because of the societal mismatch, you'll be on the receiving end of a great deal of nonsense.

    由於社會的不匹配,你將接受大量的胡言亂語。

  • In recent years, that nonsense has been most prominent in the form of creeping scope of

    近年來,這種無稽之談最突出的表現是,以蠕動範圍的形式

  • practice. You'll face others who want to belittle and downplay your level of training, only

    練習。你會面對其他人想要貶低和淡化你的訓練水準,只是

  • to elevate their own qualifications, despite them spending a small fraction of the hours

    來提高他們自己的資格,儘管他們花的時間只是一小部分。

  • you spent in learning patient care. It's on us collectively, as medical students, residents,

    你在學習病人護理方面的花費。這是我們集體的責任,作為醫學生、住院醫生。

  • and physicians to advocate for our patients and their safety. I recommend the Physicians

    和醫生來為我們的病人和他們的安全辯護。我推薦醫生們

  • for Patient Protection, or PPP, to learn more about these issues and get involved. The direction

    請點擊 "患者保護",瞭解更多關於這些問題並參與其中。方向

  • things have been heading is insanely dangerous for patients and bad for physicians, and unfortunately

    事情的發展對病人來說是非常危險的,對醫生來說也是不利的,而且不幸的是

  • it isn't something discussed enough in medical school.

    這在醫學院裡討論得並不充分。

  • Don't worry, you'll receive nonsense in many other forms too. Many female medical students

    別擔心,你也會收到許多其他形式的廢話。許多女醫學生

  • and physicians are still called nurse by their patients because of antiquated societal narratives.

    和醫生仍然被他們的病人稱為護士,因為陳舊的社會敘述。

  • You'll hear more than one healthcare co-worker lament to you about their 12 hour shift, which

    你會聽到不止一個醫療保健同事向你感嘆他們的12小時輪班,這

  • they have 3 of each week, while you question your decision to become a doctor, realizing

    他們每週有3次,而你卻懷疑自己成為一名醫生的決定,意識到

  • you average five 15-hour shifts every week on several rotations.

    你平均每週有5個15小時的輪班,有幾次輪換。

  • Despite the noise, remind yourself why you became a physician. Remember the passion that

    儘管有噪音,但要提醒自己為什麼成為一名醫生。記住那份激情

  • brought you into the field, the joy and connection you feel in providing care to your patients,

    把你帶入這個領域,你在為病人提供護理時感到的快樂和聯繫。

  • and the vision of what your life will look like when you're an attending physician. You

    以及當你成為主治醫生時,你的生活會是什麼樣子的願景。你

  • have two optionsbecome the jaded attending that regrets their decision to enter medicine,

    有兩個選擇--成為厭倦了的主治醫生,後悔自己入醫的決定。

  • or become the attending that is realistic in understanding no field is perfect, and

    或成為一個現實的出席者,瞭解沒有一個領域是完美的,並且

  • that medicine has lots to love.

    醫學有很多值得愛的地方。

  • Amidst the madness, don't lose your sense of self. As you progress in training, you'll

    在瘋狂中,不要失去你的自我意識。隨著你在訓練中的進步,你會

  • notice a greater and greater proportion of your colleagues growing cynical. As a wide-eyed

    注意到你的同事中有越來越多的人變得憤世嫉俗。作為一個睜大眼睛的

  • premed, you're surrounded by other hopeful premeds looking forward to what lays ahead.

    你被其他充滿希望的預科生所包圍,期待著未來的發展。

  • Over the four years of medical school, you'll notice a larger and larger proportion of your

    在醫學院的四年裡,你會注意到你的身體裡有越來越大的比例

  • classmates growing tired or resentful. And by residency, you'll be the odd one out, as

    同學們越來越疲憊或反感。而到了居住地,你就會成為異類,因為

  • the majority are cynical, particularly those in their final years of training.

    大多數人是憤世嫉俗的,特別是那些在培訓的最後幾年。

  • It's natural for your identity to focus more and more on your role as a doctor. After all,

    你的身份越來越多地集中在你作為醫生的角色上,這很自然。畢竟。

  • the overwhelming majority of your waking hours are spent in the classroom, clinic, hospital,

    你絕大部分清醒的時間是在教室、診所和醫院度過的。

  • operating room, or studying. Don't fall for this trap.

    手術室,或學習。不要落入這個陷阱。

  • Remember you are much more than a medical student or a physician. Don't lose touch with

    記住你不僅僅是一個醫學生或醫生。不要失去與他人的聯繫

  • those elements in your life that make you feel alive and joyful. For me it's racing

    你生活中那些讓你感到活著和快樂的因素。對我來說,它是賽車

  • my car, cycling, and my newest obsession of tea, which you can learn all about on my Instagram

    我的車,騎自行車,以及我最新的痴迷--茶,你可以在我的Instagram上了解所有的情況。

  • and TikTok. For others it's travel, cooking, rock climbing, comedy, or playing an instrument.

    和TikTok。對其他人來說,則是旅遊、烹飪、攀巖、喜劇,或演奏樂器。

  • You don't find time to do these things. You have to make time. Without doing so, you'll

    你找不到時間來做這些事情。你必須擠出時間。不這樣做,你會

  • find your identity sucked into the abyss, only to be spat out the other end as a shell

    發現自己的身份被吸進了深淵,只能在另一端被吐出,成為一個空殼。

  • of who you once were.

    的你曾經是誰。

  • If you enjoyed the content here, you'll love my weekly newsletter. In it, I share my insights,

    如果你喜歡這裡的內容,你會喜歡我的每週通訊。在其中,我分享我的見解。

  • tips, and strategies that will make the process of becoming a doctor that much more manageable.

    技巧和策略將使成為醫生的過程更加容易管理。

  • You can sign up at medschoolinsiders.com/newsletter.

    你可以在medschoolinsiders.com/newsletter上註冊。

  • Be sure to check out my video on how to enjoy medical school, or the anatomy of a perfect

    請務必查看我關於如何享受醫學院的視頻,或一個完美的解剖學。

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

    每日時間表。非常感謝,我們會在那裡見到你們。

Medical school primarily teaches you about, well, medicine. Big surprise, I knowthe

醫學院主要教你的是,嗯,醫學。

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醫學院不教你的東西 (What Medical School DOESN'T Teach You)

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