Well personally speaking I don’t get this bs attitude either. Superiority attitude exist among health care prof... my first two years of med school, the minor doctors had so much attitude while teaching or questioning us. Ofc this carried on more with those who were receptive of it. But I reckon it’s necessary while teaching subordinates... but subs shouldn’t be thinking that’s acceptable with patients. They have a whole seperate subject on etiquette.I've been to many hospitals in BD where the level of standards ranges, one strange thing that I realized is that
many Doctors have no etiquette or manners when dealing with their patients, it a talk down on you sort of manner, I don't know where the "I am superior" kind off behavior comes from but that's definitely not how a general practitioner/doctor behaves here in the UK.
Some of these so called doctors couldn't even string a sentence together in English when they were explaining that my Grandma needed a supply of Hemoglobin lol. This is Apollo I talk about.
We used to and in some ways still do have a effective healthcare system. We couldn't fathom a healthcare system such as the US, in our bubble that kind of heath care system is non existent.
about not being able to string a sentence in English, I agree... went to bd to enroll in med school there...preparatory coaching teachers who’re supposedly toppers and doctors themselves had hard time teaching us. 5 books just on biology alone, mental.