Not all tough task masters are bullies


THE medical fraternity is an essential service, just like the police and rescue and fire department services in any community. These professions deal with saving lives and property daily. People who enter these professions are required to have both mental and physical steadfastness along with the many other traits that go with the risks of the roles and functions of their jobs; and all this is coupled with expectedly high moral and ethical standards.

It is tough to make the transition into these professions, thus it is normal for new recruits or employees to go through rigorous tests from the outset so they are prepared for the reality of the tasks ahead; these, more often than not, involve the risk of losing life and limb, be it theirs or those they treat or try to assist.

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