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  • 03:10:45 pm on October 18, 2008 | 2
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    To a certain extent, those at the front-lines of Society’s welfare services find it necessary to turn off their compassion if only to maintain their competence at delivering such services.

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  • benj 3:24 pm on 18 October 2008 | # | Reply

    Yes sir. I hope it doesn’t get misconstrued as turning it completely, though. You can’t hold hands with all the patients and cry through their suffering. You have to keep a level head to truly help the patient. Your judgment becomes clouded once you get too emotional about things.

    Doctors and students are human too, even if we try to fight these feelings, sometimes, we just burn out and feel our helplessness and the general hopelessness of it all.

  • cvjugo 1:00 am on 19 October 2008 | # | Reply

    Benj, i think residents paying for the medical tests of the patients can be eliminated if PGH just institutes a rule that none of the residents is allowed to carry money with them in the premises.


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