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What are some misconceptions that people have about doctors?There are many types of misconceptions about physicians.The worst type of misconception is what I would like to call the “conspiracy theorist” misconception. There are many folks out there who imagine that physicians get kickbacks (illegal) for everything they do, from giving vaccines to writing prescriptions to ordering lab tests. Nope. Sorry to disappoint. We get paid for the visit, and we get reimbursed for procedures. The same conspiracy theorists often speculate that we are “hiding the cure” for everything from cancer to diabetes, in order to…um…make you all sick so we can make money off of your misery. These people fail to make the important connection that if I had the “cure” for anything, I would be fabulously wealthy. Cures would be selling like hotcakes! We would not hide them, we would be appearing on Shark Tank looking for investors. And we would be giving them to ourselves instead of dying like the rest of you.Next up is the “perfection” misconceptions about doctors. People imagine that doctors don’t get sick, don’t get cancer, don’t die just like everyone else. They have NO IDEA what we are going through as we smile and care for them. Many of us are hiding chronic pain, cancer, loss, depression, and every other malady known to man. We just don’t tell you when you walk in to see us. In fact, doctors have the highest rate of SUICIDE among all professions. Mostly because we are not permitted to seem weak, fallible, or depressed, while at the same time being held to expectations of perfection that are impossible for ordinary humans to meet. There is an old saying that “nobody is perfect.” Doctors are not perfect, but if we do not perform perfectly, we could be responsible for someone’s death or disability. Every decision that you make, every single day, bears this burden. It is a heavy burden.Another misconception is that we are fabulously wealthy. Yes, in our mid life, we do make very good salaries. But people do not have the slightest idea of what happened to us before the good salary came along. We bought 4 years college, 4 years med school, we have enough debt to buy a nice house, then we go to residency for 3–7 years (11–15 total years of training), where we get the equivalent of minimum wage as we work 80–120 hours per week, and defer the loans we can’t afford to pay back. We give up our twenties. Yes, the best decade of our life and youth is absolutely sacrificed for the profession. We do things like sell our blood, sell our bone marrow, sign up for drug tests, sign up for cosmetic testing (ever wonder how “animal free” testing works? They test it on medical students). I rummaged through the trash for return bottles, dragged furniture off the curb on trash day. Now I make six figures. There are easier ways to make a buck. I am not fabulously wealthy. It hurts when people make sarcastic remarks about my “money” as people often do. “You are a doctor, give me some of your money,” is something I have heard (literally, those very words) multiple times. Typically with a sneer.There is one thing that is portrayed in the media that is absolutely true, though. We are all “super hot” and “mcSteamy + mcDreamy” gorgeous model worthy people who go through every day with perfect hair, buff bodies, witty banter, and oh yeah we have liasons in the broom closet with one another. Jealous? Of course you are.
How do I fill out Form 30 for ownership transfer?Form 30 for ownership transfer is a very simple self-explanatory document that can filled out easily. You can download this form from the official website of the Regional Transport Office of a concerned state. Once you have downloaded this, you can take a printout of this form and fill out the request details.Part I: This section can be used by the transferor to declare about the sale of his/her vehicle to another party. This section must have details about the transferor’s name, residential address, and the time and date of the ownership transfer. This section must be signed by the transferor.Part II: This section is for the transferee to acknowledge the receipt of the vehicle on the concerned date and time. A section for hypothecation is also provided alongside in case a financier is involved in this transaction.Official Endorsement: This section will be filled by the RTO acknowledging the transfer of vehicle ownership. The transfer of ownership will be registered at the RTO and copies will be provided to the seller as well as the buyer.Once the vehicle ownership transfer is complete, the seller will be free of any responsibilities with regard to the vehicle.
Why are patient forms at hospitals such a pain to fill out?Usually there is a one or maybe a two-page form. I don't think they are that difficult to fill out. They copy my insurance card and that's it. Generally they include a brief list of history questions and current symptom questions. If it is a current doctor, only the current symptom questions. As I am not the one with the medical degree, I hope they use those answers to put two and two together in case my sore throat, indigestion, headache or fever is part of a bigger picture of something more seriously wrong. The HIPAA form is long to read, but you only need to do that once (although you'll be expected to sign the release each time you see a new doctor or visit a new clinic or hospital).
How likely are you to win a car from filling out a form at a mall? Who drives the new car home? What are your chances to win another car again?I am going to get pretty literal here. Please forgive meHow likely are you to win a car from filling out a form at a mall? In the US, at least, this is usually spelled out somewhere on the form or on a website listed on the form. If it is not, you could ask (and may or may not get a truthful answer). If none of this works, you could probably be able to guess using a few factors: * How many people take the time to stop and enter (what percentage of passers-by, multiplied by amount of typical or expected foot-traffic)?* Are multiple entries allowed? * How long will entries be accepted before the drawing? As a rule of thumb, if the odds aren’t stated (and usually, even if they are) the odds are probably staggering. If you multiply the amount of time it takes to fill out the form by the amount of forms you would have to fill-out before you had an even 1% chance of winning the car, you would likely do better using that time to get a second job. Oh, and lastly, realize that the reason they are enticing you with the chance to win a car is that they are collecting your personal information on the form. It usually is quite a cheap way to generate a LOT of personal data, add you to mailing/dialing lists, etc. They folks running the drawing often gather another great bit of psychology about you: person who fills out form likes to enter “something for nothing” type contests (the drawing itself). This can be valuable to advertisers.Who drives the new car home? By definition of “home” the owner (presumably the winner) would drive the car “home”. If the car is driven to your house by an employee of the company running the lottery, they would just be driving the car to the winners residence…not their “home”.Frankly, I am not sure of what is meant by this question. I would assume that any winner of the drawing would either pick up the vehicle and drive it themselves away from the drawing or other site where the prize was moved to, possibly prepped for delivery tot he winner, or someone would deliver it to the winner’s home by driving it or trucking it there.What are your chances to win another car again? Your chances of winning the next drawing you entered would be EXACTLY the same as they would be had you lost the previous one, as specified in item number one. The odds of winning/losing do not change based on previous outcome. Think about it this way: If I just flipped a coin and it landed on “heads” 50 times in a row, what are the chances that it will be “heads” on the 51st attempt? EXACTLY (assuming there is nothing about the coin or flip that favors one side over the other) 1 in 2 or 50%, just as it was the first flip, just as it will be on the 51st millionth.Now the probability of winning 2 drawings, each with 1 million entries is staggeringly small. But they are two separate events, each governed independently by their own set of probabilities. Landing on heads 51 times in a row or winning 2 cars in consecutive drawings would be matters of remarkable coincidence: respectively 50 1 in 2 or 2 one in a million events happening to share the same outcome.Good luck
What influenced you to choose your current career path?Nikhil Narayanan thanks for the A2A!Just like how the son is labelled as an Engineer in 3 Idiots, I was labelled a CA when I was born. I realized it in my third class. I had my entire family who are CA. Even my mother is M.Com B.eD. I felt I was not left with many choices. Then came my tenth class when I scored a 92.64%. That was a great score in 2008. I was standing with my application for college in one of the best colleges in my locality and my parents had filled up Commerce. However I had the privilege of choosing the combination and I chose ABMS. [Accounts, Business studies, Maths and Statistics]. I don't think I regretted much since I used to wonder what to take up. I didn't want to take up Engineering as everyone had chosen the same. I dread being a doctor. I am sure I would have fainted. Those were the days where I had hardly had a choice.I subsequently enrolled for the CA course along with my B.Com after my 12th class. I was still not sure about CA. I still felt unsure about the course. I completed my entrance exam and Inter exams in one attempt. Even then I was unsure of this.Since my family had an office, I was asked to join so that it would help me in the future. I had nothing to lose and so I joined. Then came the turning point. My father was no more just my father, he was called "sir" and looked upon by many. So was my cousin. It was wonderful looking at the respect they earned. Then I decided that this would be my profession. There was no turning back.I grew passionate about my job everyday. There was always learning and the learning happens through experience and not books. Though I failed in my Final exams, I did not give up. So did my parents. When I realized how much effort my father and my sister had put in to make notes for me, I knew I had to clear. My mom would just sit with me so that I don't get bored. I finally cleared. It does not matter whether you get everything you like but when you begin to like what you get, there is nothing like it.I don't intend to settle for things but I decide to do my best with what I have and that is real success for me!Peace!
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