RE: BOR exam
I have been meaning to step into this conversation for days! Now
Tim has said what was biting me.
It is not just in the US that the draught is being felt and the reasons
identified in the US are common elsewhere.
People are just not being recruited into healthcare.
Random thoughts: follow. You may want to delete here.
You may want to debate, agree or disagree.
You may want to dismiss.
Get the idea?
Bottom line: - the problem is worldwide - we have yet
People are not as caring as they were.
The IT sector has consumed a large share of the newly arrived on
the employment market.
The only place money is being made these days is the "service
sector" They can and do recruit.
Dr Spock got it all wrong on bringing up children.
There is no limit to the money that could be spent on healthcare.
Do you know anyone who actually MAKES something?
The late sixties were boom years for pathology.
Those recruited in the late sixties can't wait to be retired.
There is a worse shortage of histopathologists.
For that reason, the UK now has "histotech grossing and reporting
positive cytology (i.e. "she's got cancer - give her a hysterectomy")
Role expansion will expand further; pathologists will become rarer.
You are not alone in having this problem.
You are not alone in looking for an elusive answer.
We are trying to find a cure for death.
We have not begun to figure out what to do when we find it.
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