Client’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Name/Course Number 20 June 2011 Clinical Work Experiences for Physicians Practicing in Northern Ontario Newly minted physicians always come across challenges in the first years of practice, regardless of where they end up geographically or what specialty is chosen. Sometimes circumstances and personal experiences are delineated by virtue of gender. In this regard it may be that, in the instance of practicing in a northern, rural area, gender plays a more substantive role with respect to home life, social life, and interaction with an insular community. The geography can present challenges, advantages, disadvantages, and risks to the practitioner, as well as an amending of lifestyle. Gender, too, can...The end:
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