According to the data of American news and World Report magazine, the top 10 of the best professions in the United States in 2018 were all taken by doctors. But it takes a long time to be a real doctor in the United States.
In the United States, all doctors who treat cancer are collectively referred to as oncologists. In the group of oncologists, they are subdivided into oncologists, tumor surgeons, tumor radiologists and so on. After graduating from the University, these doctors first received four years of study in the medical college, and then three to eight years of resident training.
To be a qualified tumor surgeon, you must accumulate 2000 hours of surgical experience before you can apply for the American surgical assistant license (ABSA) examination. Without this license, you can’t even give the chief surgeon the chance to do first aid or second aid.
As the highland of global medicine, the United States is also the medical palace that global doctors yearn for. Academician Sun Yan, a famous clinical oncologist in China, once worked in MD Anderson Cancer Center in the United States. In recent years, there has been an endless stream of young Chinese doctors visiting, exchanging and investigating in the United States.
There are many things for us to learn from foreign medical institutions. Only by relying on high-quality and high-quality professional and technical personnel, can hospitals comprehensively enhance their core competitiveness and sustainable development potential, and ultimately benefit patients. Only by seizing the opportunity and constantly breaking through themselves can doctors have a broader career development space.