There are probably 3 simple rules that all pediatricians should be able to follow all around the world. Number 1 (probably the most obvious) you HAVE to follow the instructions and directions given to you in the hospital you work at and always stay organized. Number 2, you kinda have to like/be able to handle children (it's kinda your job), you chose to spend your days taking care of kids so take care of kids. Number 3, (optional) you gotta love/enjoy your job. It's not like every human is lucky enough to get to spend their lives working with little ones,so enjoy it till you retire!
Language of the Discipline
Baby - Gah,gah,gah.
Kid - Mean doctor who like to give me bobo. OR Super fun doctor, even though I hate hospitals.
Teen - Pediatricians are for kids, so why am I still here? OR My pediatrician is pretty cool, I guess.
Parent - I wonder how they live with their job,children are a pain. OR I don't know why my kids don't enjoy coming they have such a caring and respectable doctor.
Coworker - Why do they get all the praise, I practically do all the work. OR She makes such a great friend and coworker.
Boss - Not in my past 30 years at this job have a seen such a terrible doctor, I'm gonna have to fire him. OR Not in my past 30 years at this job have a seen such a suffocated worker, she gets a raise.
Relate over Time
And with new technology still coming, us humans will be able to proceed in finding cures for deadly diseases.
1. Take child to room and take measurements (Ex: Weight,age,height)
[This is done to keep track of their growth]
2. Take hearing and sight testing.
[Done to see if child needs hearing aids of glasses]
3. Give a shot (if necessary )
[Helps prevent sickness like the flu before hand]
4. Ask questions (Ex:Do you ever feel pain out of no where?)
[To see if child is endangered to any diseases or illnesses]
5. Record data into files,sticker and goodbye.
Other patients will need more special attention if they have a illness.
- Take care of children and keep
- You and your family get health
- Retirement money is involved
- Not boring
- Help families with problems and
sometimes save lives
- High demand for them
- Dealing with insurance companies
isn't always easy
- Job limits family time
- Tons of responsibilities
- People don't really know the average pay
- Difficult to go through MANDATORY training
- Work long hours