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Unsuitable candidates for Medical Professions, 7 Mar. 2014
Final Analysis certainly appears to be authentic truthful account as it is very credible - the author has common sense - a trait some people have and some do not - unfortunately the medical professions contain a lot of academics with little or no common sense, emotional intelligence empathy and or understanding. It is time to realise that academic intelligence - essentially memory ability - does not correlate with common sense, social intelligence, empathic intelligence and understanding - no more than it does with musical intelligence. If medicine wasn't given the high esteem that it is given then unsuitable candidates wouldn't be drawn to it. There are numerous wholly unsuitable low empathy ASD spectrum persons, (usually high academic achievers) and Narcissists (self-centred incapable of empathy for others) in medicine. Also the overly compliant, revering of authority types with no mind of their own, who are unable and or unwilling to act on their own common sense - essentially schoolchild adults.