Dermatologists

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KEY SKILLS

  • Excellent at communication

  • Passionate about patient care

  • Should have good analytical skills to help reach medical decisions

  • Should be able to empathise and be approachable with a patient

  • Confident about their knowledge and ability 

  • Detail oriented

  • Good at business administration if starting a private practice

PROS

  • Specialized - pediatric dermatology, procedural dermatology, dermapathology, cosmetic dermatology, dermatoimmunology

  • Stable career

  • High pay

  • Highly sought after career

CONS

  • Education is expensive

  • Study is intensive and rigorous

  • Business management can be difficult if you start your own practise

  • Highly competitive

  • Emotionally and physically demanding

  • Long hours

  • Having a good work-life balance can be challenging, but can be possible if you have your own practice

OPPORTUNITY TYPES

GOT WHAT IT TAKES?

  • Hospitals

  • Private Practice

  • Academia

  • Have a thirst for knowledge and research regarding skin disorders

  • Passionate and proactive about improving patient care

  • A strong communicator and collaborator

  • Can maintain a level head in stressful situations

  • Need to be able to empathise with the patients

  • Emotionally strong to be able to deliver bad news

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Interesting Facts about the career

  • The skin is the largest organ of the human body. It is thickest at the soles of the foot and thinnest at the eyelids. It accounts for about 15% of your body weight.

  • Babies can also get acne at about 4-5 weeks of age. It usually clears up on its own.

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