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The motives to industry in the study of medicine

Sir James Paget

The motives to industry in the study of medicine

an address delivered at Saint Batholomew"s hospital, on Thursday, October 1, 1846.

by Sir James Paget

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Published by John Churchill in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine -- Study and teaching.

  • Edition Notes

    Bound with Smith, T.T. Remarks on the influence of tractarianism ... in promoting secessions to the Church of Rome.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 p.
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20286509M

    (shelved 1 time as health-care-and-medical-industry) avg rating — ratings — published It is a nearly universal truth that people need people; humans have adapted to life with other humans, and the interactions and relationships that result are the most relevant adaptation environment. This book explores the core motives and goals that shape these interactions with others, with the self, and collectively as a group; in other words, Why do people do what they do? A brief overview.

      In a PLOS Medicine study, Kearns revealed how the sugar industry influenced the U.S. National Institute of Dental Research in the s, Author: Nadia Whitehead. The Lancet study authors also point at what they call a failed dental system, where many dentists prioritize treatment over prevention efforts — like toothbrushing with fluoride and restricting sugar intake. Coupled with an overwhelming number of sweetened food and beverage options, cavities are on the rise, especially in low- and middle-income countries.

      If you want to understand how a doctor thinks, what makes her/him tick, and how important compassion is in being a good doctor, you should listen too and read Atul Gawande's podcasts/TED talk and books, he's a famous US general surgeon and endocr. The aim of this research was to examine how organizational and individual factors, in concert, shape corruption. We examined whether the ethical climate of organizations is related to corruption, and if so, whether it affects corruption through individual motives for corruption. A large-scale questionnaire study was conducted among public officials (n = ) and business employees (n = Cited by:


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AIM: AIM of the present study is a detailed and gendered analysis of current motives to study medicine in order to deduce implications for securing medical care in the future. METHODS: Study motives of medical students from Duisburg-Essen and Muenster were assessed using an online questionnaire.

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It remains unclear if humanitarian and scientific motives to study medicine are stable during the course of study (Draper and Louw ) or if they decrease significantly (Puljak et al. Exploratory surveys among Polish students revealed that the reasons most often indicated for choosing medical studies were internal motives such as ‘a Cited by: Background and Motivation Questions Below is a selection of Medical School interview questions on the theme of ‘Background and Motivation to Study Medicine’.

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PREFACE. It is the purpose of this inquiry to discuss the place and value of the leisure class as an economic factor in modern life, but it has been found impracticable to confine the discussion strictly within the limits so marked out. Some attention is perforce given to the origin and the line of derivation of the institution, as well as to features of social life that are not commonly.

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Motivation - Motivation - Applications in society: Attempts have been made in society to use motivational methods to achieve certain goals. In the control of animal behaviour, for example, it is clear that depriving an organism of food is a powerful means for accomplishing reinforcement.

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