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Atheists working / interested in the medical / health arena including psych. Discussion about abortion, right to die, suicide, the interference of religion in healthcare etc etc

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Comment by Gwen on July 23, 2009 at 3:10am
@JSH, this is the first time I have ever gone to a conference where there were bible thumpers in the exhibition hall. There were also a couple of FLDS complete with their poofy hairdos we see on TV and 1890s style poorly fitted dresses. They driven in and escorted to all of the classes by who I assume to be their husband. One of the MD presenters started her lecture with "I am not a scientist, but...." and then threw everyscaremongering myth going around at the wall, including the thmerison MMR/ Autism 'link'. The other two lecturers appeared to be embarrassed. I gave her lecture a scathing review although I wish could have done more. If you are NOT a scientist and don't understand the process, why not get a REAL scientist to explain things?
Comment by Gwen on July 23, 2009 at 1:23am
Hello, I've been an ICU nurse of one sort or another for a gazillion years now. You would not BELIEVE the amount of woo in our profession nowdays! I just paid $375 for a conference and several of the classes (mixed MD/RN) were promoting woo, and Gideon was giving away their bibles in the convention room. I did NOT want to engage them, as I am not out of the 'closet' at work!
Comment by Kristi Leitholt on July 23, 2009 at 12:57am
Hi Kate! I'm about to start on my nursing degree. Nice to meet another nurse-to-be!
Comment by Kate Fletcher on July 22, 2009 at 10:09pm
Hi
I was so glad to find this group! I am a second year Nursing Student surrounded by theists. This doesn't bother me much, but I find myself craving some balance.
Comment by Gwen on June 27, 2009 at 1:23pm
My guess is that when one of the wives of these damn hypocrites gets a fistula, especially one beyond surgical repair, he will say "I'm just not that into you!" and move on to his next victim!
Comment by Charles Cusumano on June 27, 2009 at 7:06am
I don’t know about you but when I do a pelvic on a female bible thumper I do it with both my hands on her knees. What a bunch of ignorant dumabass MoFo’s. You know, if everything is “in god’s hands” or is “god’s will” ,don’t even come to my ER. There are plenty of sane sick people that I can help.
Comment by Gwen on June 25, 2009 at 11:01pm
JSH, you have got to be fucking kidding me!!! What if the only specialist for her particular deadly complication is a male OB? He thinks SO LITTLE of his wife/child that he is willing to LET THEM DIE!! Will he do the same for himself if he finds himself in the ICU?? The ratio of male to female OBs is probably something in the neighborhood of 8:2, the ratio in the ICU (if he is lucky) is 2:8, and on the general ward 1:9 or 0.5:9.5. What's good for the goose goes double for the gander! Or he is a damn hypocrite. He is still a misogynous asshole.
Comment by Gwen on May 24, 2009 at 4:07pm
Once we were in the middle of coding a kid and a woman walked up and started to wave her hands over the bedside, the doctor said " who the hell are you?" She said "I'm summoning help from the spirit world!" Of course the doctor yelled "get her the fuck out of here!!!".
Comment by Robert Busch on May 6, 2009 at 11:48pm
Hi! I am glad to see this group exists. I have been trying to advance the Atheist acceptability abroad at St. George's University where I am getting my medical degree. Even in an international school with many cultures represented, Indian, Asian, Caribbean, African, and the already diverse American, we have God in our Hippocratic Oath and my efforts to change this has of course gotten me nowhere. Maybe one day the world will beat my bleeding heart out but not today. :)
Comment by Pam on January 11, 2009 at 8:25am
wow I've been away a long time! spoending far too much time on Raving Atheists and definitely too much time at work- glad to see there are loads of new members and things are doing ok tho :)
 

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