Evaluating a Career Decision Reading practice fill blanks 28

Evaluating a Career Decision Reading practice fill blanks 28

Evaluating a Career Decision Reading practice fill blanks 28

It has been a year since I started writing my Graduate Journal column for Nature jobs, the past 12 months have been ………………………… changes and fundamental constants, both of which I’m glad to have experienced.

When I ……………….. my master’s course at Oxford last year, I had come ……………….. from medical school with the decision …………….. clinical science ……………….. Thinking back, I realize that I didn’t put very much weight on this decision at the time. But today, I more clearly understand the …………………. leaving my original profession. When I meet old friends who are now physicians and surgeons, I ……………. how our views on medical problems have ……………….. They ………………… the effects of disease and try to …………………… or ………………… them; I try to understand how they come about in the …………….. I feel happier working on this side of the problem, although I do occasionally miss ……………….. and seeing patients.

…………….., when I think about the rate at which my medical skills and knowledge have ……………………, the years spent reading …………….. medical textbooks, the hours spent at the bedside, I sometimes wonder if these years were partly …………………. now that I am ………………… a research career.

……………………, I know the …………… of my medical education. It is easy to forget the importance of the bio sciences when working with model organisms in basic research that seem to have nothing to do with a sick child or a suffering elderly person. Yet, I still have ………………… of the cruel kaleidoscope of severe diseases and of how they can ………….. a human being. I hope to ……….. these memories as a ……….. in my current ………………………...

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It has been a year since I started writing my Graduate Journal column for Nature jobs, the past 12 months have been marked with fundamental changes and fundamental constants, both of which I’m glad to have experienced.

When I enrolled in my master’s course at Oxford last year, I had come straight from medical school with the decision to leave clinical science for good. Thinking back, I realize that I didn’t put very much weight on this decision at the time. But today, I more clearly understand the consequences of leaving my original profession. When I meet old friends who are now physicians and surgeons, I sense how our views on medical problems have diverged. They scrutinize the effects of disease and try to eliminate or alleviate them; I try to understand how they come about in the first place. I feel happier working on this side of the problem, although I do occasionally miss clinical work and seeing patients.

However, when I think about the rate at which my medical skills and knowledge have dissipated, the years spent reading weighty medical textbooks, the hours spent at the bedside, I sometimes wonder if these years were partly a waste of time now that I am pursuing a research career.

Nonetheless, I know the value of my medical education. It is easy to forget the importance of the bio sciences when working with model organisms in basic research that seem to have nothing to do with a sick child or a suffering elderly person. Yet, I still have vivid memories of the cruel kaleidoscope of severe diseases and of how they can strike a human being. I hope to retain these memories as a guide in my current occupation.

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