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Listener Questions this week.
Charles in Sarasota, FL asks, “ How often should you see a doctor?”
Nils dives into this question. You should try to have a yearly checkup but don’t go looking for problems that are not there. If you take too many screening tests you will eventually find something positive. It is normal to have abnormal findings. What happens if you find an abnormal finding? Well, you will have to take more tests, which can cause more stress.
Sarah in Toronto, CA asks, “What movie closest represents being a cop and being a doctor?”
Nils shows his age with this question as he answers shows from the 70s. Nils feels that police is like the TV show is Barney Miller. Matt states the closest to police work is End of Watch and Super Troopers. The officer’s characteristics are very common in how officers act and interact. Those are two far ends of police movies but have some common traits seen in policing.
Nils asks if there are cop movies that are not accurate and Matt talks about the Departed and Training Day being good movies but very extreme and far-fetched.
Law in Order has some accuracy but is very far fetched. Detectives do not solve crimes in an hour and not many people actually run from police. The psychiatrists in the show are often portrayed as bad people.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine shows some similarities to police work. Employees are in the precinct hanging out and complaining about the drama that is happening.
So what do you think is closet for doctors? Scrubs is one of the most accurate ones. It is tedious and they show them doing random little things like drawing blood. Most of the doctor shows is a doctor fighting the systems or doctors finding some rare disease, which is just not common.
ER was one of the most accurate shows for the time. The setting of the actual ER and the hierarchy of resident vs. attending were very accurate.
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