7/1/24

Do you want your child to become a medical professional? Survey reveals opinions of doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and patients

 

Do you want your child to become a medical professional? Survey reveals opinions of doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and patients


SMS Co., Ltd. and QLife Co., Ltd. conducted a survey of four medical professionals, namely, "doctors," "nurses," "pharmacists," and "patients," asking them if they would like their children to become medical professionals, and found that even among medical professionals, opinions differ greatly depending on the profession.

 

This survey was conducted on members of "Hospital and Medicine Search QLife," "Director.jp," "Nurse Senka Community," and "Cocoyaku." According to the survey, over 70% of "doctors" answered that they "really want" or "want" their children to become doctors. This was due to reasons such as "it's a rewarding job" and "it's a job that helps people," and many "pharmacists" also wanted their children to become doctors. However, on the other hand, the majority of "nurses" and "patients" answered that they "don't really want their children to become doctors." The most common reasons given were "the work is harsh," "the hurdles to becoming a doctor are high," and "the tuition fees seem expensive."

 

In addition, the majority of people in all categories, "doctors," "nurses," "pharmacists," and "patients," answered that they "don't really want" or "never want" their children to become nurses. The results show how tough nursing work can be.

 

Over 60% of both "nurses" and "patients" wanted their children to become pharmacists. Reasons given included "it's a stable job because you have a skill you can tweak" and "it's healthy to work as there are no night shifts." However, in contrast, the results showed that pharmacists themselves were reluctant about their children wanting to become pharmacists. This was largely due to the fact that pharmacy schools have become six-year programs, and there were voices saying that if it's still a six-year program, it would be better for them to aim to become doctors.


[Summary of the survey]
(1) Survey participants: Members of "Hospital and Medicine Search QLife", "Director.jp", "Nurse Senka Community", and "Cocoyaku"
(2) Number of valid responses: 1,167 people (breakdown: 224 doctors, 515 nurses, 209 pharmacists, 219 patients)
(3) Survey method: Internet survey

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