A gynaecologist specialist is a physician / doctor who has completed further training as a specialist in gynaecology. This field is concerned with the detection and therapy or prevention of diseases of the female reproductive organs. This includes the breast. In addition, of course, the entire field of pregnancy and hormonal treatment of women at any age.
All this includes several areas in which gynaecologists can specialise. Among others, the entire field of cancer treatment (oncology), perinatal medicine (treatment shortly before and after birth) or endocrinology and reproductive medicine (largely hormone care).
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The title of medical specialist is awarded when the training has been successfully completed. Gynaecology is in the upper midfield of the popularity scale of these advanced training courses. Nevertheless, there is also a shortage of specialists in this field.
Gynaecologist specialist can start their own practice or work in a hospital. In the hospital, this specialist takes over a position in a department or clinic. He:she thus stands above the assistant doctors and reports to the senior physician. A career in the hospital follows strict rules to which the candidate must be able to adapt. At the same time, it also offers advantages such as professional challenges and family involvement through the hospital. Due to the above-mentioned shortage of specialists, the workload is sometimes very high and good candidates are difficult to find.
The right candidate needs assertiveness and perseverance as well as diligence. The specialist has constant contact with the patient and must be empathetic and communicative.
With the expansion of AI (artificial intelligence) in the medical field, this physician shortage can possibly be counteracted. AI is already being used for image diagnosis and patient management. However, it cannot (yet) make reliable diagnoses. The medical specialist is (still) irreplaceable.
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