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Shaun White can skateboard and snowboard well! however i don’t think his boards are good no one ever talks about em id get a girl , almost or baker!! Heres my board shop it has well known board brands ! Shaun White is more of influence in snowboarding ! As a doctor, one of your primary roles is to appreciate how a disease process is affecting a patient. This predominantly involves identifying symptoms (e.g. pain, loss of sensation, inability to mobilise certain regions, etc.) and then linking those findings to anatomical/physiological/pathological processes. We do this by taking a thorough medical history, an examination of the specific system we believe is malfunctioning, and then performing any pertinent investigations like imaging or blood-draws. This process can be, and usually is, entirely analytical and systematic, requiring no empathetical input whatsoever. I don’t need to relate or empathise with someone to understand that them having urethral bleeding is abnormal, or to understand that collapsing in the middle of the day for no apparent reason is a red flag. In this regard, a lot of autistic people would thrive in medicine.
There is one major barrier for those with neurodevelopmental disorders – the classic med school interview. You have to be impressive without showing arrogance, confident without showing cockiness, and humble without coming off insincere. That, and you need to leave a good impression as a person. Whilst I believe many people with autism would be fantastic clinicians, they would likely get turned away at the door because they can’t perform in an interview. This has unfortunately been noted in a number of studies . Assuming that does goes well, you then have to repeat more interviews as you go to get hospital-specific jobs and specialities – neurotypical people struggle tremendously with this, let alone someone who is neuroatypical. The fact that Shaun is brilliant beyond even exemplary standards makes the show more realistic – he would be able to offset what he lacks in social skills with his extraordinary clinical prowess/intellect. But I do have to have to make the point that this in no way represents the medical field in reality.