A doctor is a person who has a Diplôme Doctor in Médecine. It is a Professionnel of the Santé which exerts medicine while being given the responsability to cure and look after the Maladie S, Pathologie S, and Blessure S of its Patient S.
EtymologyLatin medicus (“doctor” or “ready to cure”; “which looks after, cures”). The term doctor, which appoints a doctor in the current language, even familiar, comes for its part from Arabic طبيب tabīb , “doctor”.
See also: Studies of medicine
The training of the doctors varies considerably throughout the world. It is in general university. In the majority of the developed countries, a contest is used to select the candidates, either at the beginning of the formation, or after a few years of this one. After obtaining the diploma for the occupation of doctor of medicine (M.D.), the new doctors are in general subjected to one period of supervised practice. It is often during the latter that the candidates will direct themselves towards the general medicine or a medical speciality.
RegulationIn the majority of the countries, the doctors must have the permission of the government to practice medicine. They must also sometimes be members of a professional order. In certain countries, it is this professional order which authorizes the doctors to be practiced whereas the government does nothing but on the matter recognize the authority of the order.
- the medical profession in France
- Medical demography
- Studies of medicine
- General medicine
- famous Doctors
- Order of the Doctors
- History of medicine
- Order of the French doctors
- Code of conduct medical (France)
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