* * Anonymous Doc

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

I saw this on another blog, so I figure I'll try it. Request week: Anything you want to see a post about? Put it in the comments and I'll see what I can do. Tempted to say I'd also take requests for a video topic, but I'm not sure anyone except my family is really watching the videos (and maybe they're not either), fun as they might be to make.

16 comments:

  1. Do something with pain levels/pain level sheets (1-10). Make it fun :)

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  2. I watch the videos, quite hilarious :)

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  3. I enjoyed the hell out of the last video. Anything on strange presentation of disease (type 1 diabetes, cancer, DIC).

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  4. sonja - http://hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com/2010/02/boyfriend-doesnt-have-ebola-probably.html

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  5. Anything about interacting with Med Students

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  6. what about the ancillary staff at an understaffed city hospital? Our team players, who you have to pretty much to do everything short of bribing to get anything done..not all but enough...

    P.S. the videos are fantastic..My favorite is the sweet tooth diabetic who only wants placebo medications b/c its a sugar pill

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  7. Yeah I've seen the hyerboleandahalf take, I want to know his!

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  8. What about the hidden resentment between doctors and nurses? Also, any clandestine hospital relationships?

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  9. best and worst re the whole experience (med school, internship, residency), how its changed you

    second anonymous above, how do ppl maintain relationships when they're so overworked

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  10. yeah the suggestions right above sound great!

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  11. 10 things you wish you knew before you got into this gig

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  12. I LOVED the videos -- even posted to URL about the diabetes one to my diabetes sites, so other diabetics could share the laugh! Write on the things people bring or smuggle into hospitals that really shouldn't be there, like pets. This may have been a hallucination, but when I was in the hospital I heard a woman insist she had to have her cat spend the night with her.

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  13. If you're taking requests, I'd love to see something on macrophages
    and a discussion of the behavior of different types of white cells. In plain English.
    Please?

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  14. Discussion with Pre-med version of you and real version of you, the one where you tell younger self that he doesn't know anything and you mock him for his niavity and ignorance.

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  15. I love the videos.

    And how about something that talks about what you do want from a patient? Finding a good doctor who I can work with is hard, maybe I'm making things worse by pushing buttons...

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