Having worked alongside hundreds of nurses I thought I’d shed some light on exactly what the difference is between doctors and nurses.
Both a medical doctor and a professor may go by the title of ‘Doctor’ but there are significant differences between the two job roles.
Being ‘on-call’ is a common piece of medical jargon. I’m going to explain how and why doctors use the term and what exactly they mean by it.
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