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Anyone ever entered CR? by Charles Brookfoot - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 14:52:22 EST ID:P2ySTAQi No.55361 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey /med/ I think i need some advice

Long story short, I recently entered into clinical research from a
nom-science discipline, through a combination of luck and an obsession with pharmacology.

I understand how lucky I am to have even got my foot in the door and want to ensure continued success.

I'm networking and working my ass off, but I don't want to fall behind on my personal med knowledge, amd want to gain a better understanding of the admistrative and operational aspects of research and hospital admin as a whole.

Anyone have any suggestuons for literature, best practices, tools, etc? Or transferred into a healthbscience field from a different profession?
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A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 15:31:54 EST ID:p98oIwAn No.55362 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55361
Read the classics if you want an edge over your peers. Universities completely ignore classical works. I've found many novel constituents and uses of plants and other practices that could have real medical value, that have been entirely ignored because of the snooty attitudes produced by the modern medical community, and due to the nature of overspecialization leading to people not understanding or scoffing at classical terms. Like how everyone sees mercury in an old text and goes "THE FOOLS! Those dark age idiots!" and then fails to comprehend that MERCURY IS A SOLVENT (IE it's used to extract compounds in drug manufacturing, not the drug it's self.) and that the authors of books often put the fine details in code lurking in the drawings and margins due to the lack of copyright protections before the modern era, ensuring that only their own guild/students would understand the codes in the texts while the douchebags would just poison themselves.


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