Akhirnya Dr Amalina menitiskan air mata sebak..Ini sebabnya

Doktor viral, Dr. Amalina Bakri berkongsi hakikat sebenar bergelar seorang pegawai perubatan yang masih mengikuti latihan surgical di The Royal College of Surgeons di England.

Kata Amalina, dia pernah berdepan tekanan daripada pelbagai aspek terutama berkaitan kerjaya.

“Kadang-kadang saya tanya pada diri sendiri, kenapa saya buat kerjaya ini sedangkan saya boleh melakukan kerja yang lebih glamor dengan kehidupan yang lebih sempurna dan duit yang banyak.

“Adakalanya saya menangis sebab benda remeh di tempat kerja, nyawa pesakit yang gagal diselamatkan dan bersengkang mata tak tidur malam untuk belajar.

“Jadi, jika anda memilih bidang perubatan untuk mengejar status dan duit, saya nasihatkan agar anda mempertimbangkan semula. Ia sebuah perjalanan yang panjang dan tak mudah,” kongsi Amalina menerusi Instagramnya.

Amalina turut mendedahkan siri latihan surgical untuk bergelar Consultant Surgeon sangat mencabar daripada segi emosi, fizikal dan mental.

I always knew that I wanted to become a doctor when I was a little kid. I would play with the doctor’s kit (including stethoscope and scalpel) when I was a little girl and pretended that my Barbie doll was my patient. Little did I know that I’m now living my dream! Training to become a Consultant Surgeon is indeed very challenging — physically, mentally and emotionally. The long hours, the on call shifts, weekends and nights, clinics, monitoring your juniors, research and postgraduate exams and degrees, PhD, teaching medical students. The never ending work-based assessments, exams, and so forth. There is no end to gaining knowledge in medicine and surgery, every day is a new learning experience. It challenges your patience and virtue, your ability to work under pressure and stressful environment. Sometimes, I do ask myself, why am I doing this job when I could be doing more glamorous job with better work-life balance and perhaps more money? If you choose to do medicine/surgery for either status or money, I would highly recommend you to reconsider. It’s a long road and it’s a brutal truth. There were times when I cried for tiny little things that happened at work, for patients that I lost, for those sleepless nights studying for exams. I was even admitted to the hospital while I was on call due to kidney stones, low blood sugar and dehydration. When you decide to become a doctor, it’s not just a job or a title, it’s a way of living. You’re dedicating your life to help those in need and most importantly it needs to come from your heart. #workhardplayharder #ilooklikeasurgeon #independentwomencan P/s: Picture taken yesterday when we were about to start a trauma laparotomy.

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“The long hours, the on call shifts, weekends and nights, clinics, monitoring your juniors, research and postgraduate exams and degrees, PhD.

“The never ending work-based assessments, exams, and so forth. There is no end to gaining knowledge in medicine and surgery, every day is a new learning experience.

“It challenges your patience and virtue, your ability to work under pressure and stressful environment,” katanya yang meminati bidang perubatan sejak dari kecil.

Kembara Amalina bermula apabila dinobatkan sebagai pelajar cemerlang SPM 2004 dan memperoleh tajaan Bank Negara Malaysia untuk melanjutkan pelajaran dalam bidang perubatan di luar negara.

Amalina, 31, merupakan graduan University of Cambridge dan telah meraih pelbagai pengiktirafan di pelbagai universit terkemuka antarabangsa.

Teks oleh: Amri Hassan
Foto: @dramalinabakri

Sumber: Gempak

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