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  • Yes, it's nice to see everybody here today.

  • So that's it has been very conventional recently and has always been very Monday.

  • So that is why I will be talking about something which I think is very close to my heart in terms off medical practice.

  • So my topic conventional medicine in unconventional hands, a change in the perspectives off the doctor to patient approach.

  • So what is conventional practice?

  • Have you ever been to maybe a clinic and then you ever noticed that left the clinic?

  • You felt my feeling like my problems was not settled, if you like.

  • No, I didn't do anything for me.

  • You were probably only handle or probably the doctor was not even interested in you.

  • This is what I mean by conventional practice.

  • Not a very famous conventional practice is the doctor's reflects.

  • I love this because this is what medical students will be doing all the time.

  • Because we will be automated response to treatment off treat symptoms don't look for ideologies anymore.

  • If this is, this is what doctors are doing nowadays.

  • If this is what doctors are doing nowadays, we will notice that our practice is sort of leaves conventional way we need to look further.

  • We need to be unconventional.

  • Okay, so we need to think a bit like a professional.

  • We cannot be conventional as in mezzo, so we need to think outside of the box while being in the box.

  • So what is the box?

  • So the box is basically myself.

  • I m d and Body Man off the box.

  • My clinic is part off the embodiment of the box.

  • My job, my responsibilities, my treatments.

  • These is what constitutes move as a doctor.

  • But what is you on my box?

  • So we spoke about looking for ideologies.

  • Alright, let's be safe here.

  • I do things vicious like free HIV test events, charity.

  • We bring value to our patients and also solve problems.

  • Very importantly, learn new skills also.

  • So currently I'm living men Drink?

  • No, I'm Chinese.

  • But anyway so why am I talking about the box and outside of the box?

  • It is because I find that if I would just to stay in my box in my comfort zone, I'll get bored.

  • I'm one things to be more for feeling more exciting and things that makes life exciting.

  • Is your unconventional practice to solve problems big.

  • Bring value, learning your skill and not become board and boost passion.

  • And you will end up if you are bought and you lose passion.

  • You end up like a very common conventional doctor.

  • So I always love on trip in years because I find that wonder opinions are always trying to solve problems.

  • Doctors be self problems, right?

  • Medical problems.

  • So how should a doctor think and solved problems?

  • You should start thinking like a problem solver.

  • So for me, I actually have a location where you came to me one day and usually really come to me.

  • It's usually a problems below my dad about.

  • Okay, Something very private.

  • Okay, so we did a few tests.

  • It was positive for something on DDE.

  • My practices I don't tell the patient to come back after would be off the one month.

  • I immediately would tell myself you call them and I said to come or I will call myself.

  • So this is another very unconventional practice in my clinic.

  • That's what I do.

  • So this is my conversation.

  • So I said, Hey, Jack, how are you doing?

  • And he's like, Oh, I'm still doing quite all right not in my prime, but quite all right.

  • My results out.

  • So I said yes.

  • But more importantly, what is that hit that you mentioned?

  • Just know no in your prime.

  • So I want you to focus on this.

  • You have works, like, quite all right.

  • Not in my prime and a famous.

  • But that means, you know, that there are small Hayden's in the conversation with your patients.

  • You know, there's a problem, and then you come across a proper piece, solved them, just brush it off under the couple.

  • All right, so we continue our conversation.

  • So I said, I am feeling rather uncomfortable, but I'm okay.

  • Do you think he's okay when he says but no.

  • So I give him a solution.

  • Because now I know what the problem is.

  • So is it.

  • Are your symptoms getting worse?

  • I can make it better.

  • Can you come over for a consult over for treatment?

  • And my patients It I'm busy until next month, but I can try to come with so many.

  • But do you think you'll ever come?

  • You would take him about a month.

  • So yeah, he's saying butts everywhere.

  • So these are small hints that there is a problem.

  • So I will give you a few options to the audience.

  • And I want you to think about it in terms of for unconventional, be off approaching medicine.

  • So option.

  • What do you insist on him?

  • Coming to the clinic off Shin to you.

  • Ask him to go to the closest cleaning to seek for treatment Wishes.

  • Rather peculiar.

  • If you're talking about something private, I don't think you want to go to anyone else.

  • So what is it?

  • That option?

  • Do you find another alternative to get the medications to him?

  • So if you are thinking along the lines Yeah, this is off him.

  • Coming.

  • What's the problem on the doctor?

  • Patient needs to come and see me anyway.

  • So if you're thinking like that, please, you are going to be very conventional.

  • If you're thinking off the second option, do you ask him to goto closest clinic to him to seek treatment?

  • You are actually almost there.

  • You have me unconventional because I find that what is so similar about option one and two is this The patient has to be proactive for himself.

  • So this is what Because conventional treatment, your conventional practice people have to be directly for you, not you for them.

  • And now we go to the third option.

  • Do you find another alternative to get the medications to him?

  • This I would say Very unconventional.

  • So what I did waas medication impacted a doorman stuff.

  • Please send it to his house and he got it in like the next day because was possible are legit.

  • It's a very fast post on and who loved and buy a concept.

  • I don't need to come to you, but you sat on my problems.

  • So this is being unconventional.

  • And what is so different between 1st 2nd option and 1/3 option is basically you as a person.

  • As a doctor, you are pro active for your patients.

  • I find that if you have any medical students here piece, be proactive, don't expect people to be proactive for you.

  • So I did.

  • Do you just know about the box?

  • All right about finding for film and to find excitement.

  • So in what I did actually patient and you call me back, the Knicks beat here.

  • She said, Thank you so much for, you know, cheating me and sending the medication was like so embarrassing for me to go to another killing and tell them what I told you.

  • So that gives me that Cecil So set this fire.

  • It's like, Wow, so for feeling.

  • So this is what is it?

  • Things outside of the box solve problems.

  • Okay, bring value.

  • This is very valuable for your patience and experience for them.

  • And this makes my life my job very fulfilling for me.

  • So what are my thoughts about medicine?

  • We need to start thinking very unconventionally in our approach.

  • And we need to always four signs or hints off problems to solve.

  • So another one more way that how I really approach medicine is in a very unconventional method is used.

  • This one beautiful acronym.

  • Wow.

  • Very easy to remember.

  • Just remember Wow, my work is so wow.

  • All right, so first thing, the first w is warming up second offer value.

  • The Fed, the w H.

  • Questions.

  • So what do I mean by warming up?

  • So when we warm up to a patient, they tell you everything okay?

  • And it helps your diagnosis And to find out what is the problem.

  • So let me know about warming up.

  • Is basically renovation comes to you, you will be.

  • You do not address why I'll be here.

  • We start talking about things like the house, the better.

  • How was the traffic jam coming into the clinic?

  • Warm them up to you.

  • You know, this is like foreplay in some ways.

  • All right, So warm up and you will come off as a doctor who actually has your patients interest at hot.

  • So I my father is a very wise person.

  • He's 83 by the week.

  • So you always used to tell me this thing.

  • John, if you want to become a doctor, please bean over your patients first, then or leaving over the disease.

  • I wish.

  • I agree.

  • It makes perfect sense now that I'm practicing medicine.

  • When I'm talking about private matters with my patients, they are not gonna tell me.

  • When was the last time they had sex?

  • Holiday had attacks.

  • Until you really know me so warm up.

  • Show them that you care.

  • So the next part is awful value I will find the value is very subjective from 1% of another.

  • The prep perception or value can be for each wasn't very different.

  • So some people say Oh, my monetary value is very good.

  • I think that's what I think.

  • Value is monetary money, you know, Some people say no.

  • I find that skydiving was a great experience.

  • It gave me so much value, and I enjoyed it.

  • But what do we have dishes off the most value?

  • It is something that's exhaust a ble.

  • You will never get it back, and that's what I call time.

  • Then you offer valued your patients.

  • You will know your time that you put a site for your patients.

  • You would never get it back.

  • You can use time to get money gain belt.

  • You can even use time for to get experience, gold, skydiving or something.

  • But can you ever used time to buy back time?

  • Of course, he's your most precious commodity on this is the thing that your patients need from you is a short time if you are able to give them your time.

  • Your value is exponential foot part ws questions, which is the normal who?

  • What etcetera?

  • OK, so what is so important about the W questions?

  • Because it's very challenging to ask questions.

  • So what we mean about it's challenging for asking questions because it is the method to phrase are Christians and need people to the answer or the desire, answer or response.

  • So under the W questions are usually have Mother one more or acronym.

  • It's a very beautiful acronym.

  • You should call it.

  • Is that all?

  • Not be a w, but you and an end.

  • All right, so it's called open and the unjust mental, normalizing question or statement.

  • If you are able to totally master this art off, you were on the world, you'll be successful.

  • So what do I mean by the 1st 0 open and the questions we highlight the problem, then the question is direct.

  • That does receive the problem.

  • So this is how I usually have my patients.

  • So I recently had a patient.

  • Oh Ji came back from Jeju Island, was quarantined for 14 days, and she was like, Oh, my God, it was like, the worst experience.

  • But you you do not want to devote any bad memories for her.

  • So how do I still want to ask her?

  • How is she doing?

  • So this is how I face it.

  • I put the problem followed by the question.

  • So the Corona virus is very and rampant all over the who?

  • My question.

  • How old are you?

  • How has your ordeal being during your time in quarantine?

  • You see, you set the mood.

  • My wife you need to form, Please write.

  • You set the mood and then ask the question.

  • This concept is very effective in any circumstances in asking any indirect questions.

  • And you lead people to response because you put a problem.

  • And it's natural for us to like respond to a problem with this, you are able to make sure that your patients are comfortable with any sort of question stuff have.

  • So let's do a simple exercise.

  • Okay, So how will you answer patients?

  • You know, what is the efficacy of Viagra for that?

  • Well, you go like, how is your bowel dysfunction while on Viagra?

  • If anyone and if anybody, Would you say that to me?

  • Therefore that he had All right.

  • How would a papa sentence be?

  • Remember problem solution.

  • Tell me about any new sex partners you've had since our last visit.

  • So nice question.

  • What has your experience?

  • What has your experience been with youse off Viagra?

  • He is so nice to warm up, right?

  • No, this thing.

  • I think it's good to have.

  • So I'll do another one more exercise.

  • Now you have another patient.

  • Fungal infection and privates.

  • How are you going to us?

  • So are you going to say bluntly?

  • So your price were each eagle due to a fungal infection between your legs, Right.

  • How has it improved after treatment?

  • A lawn.

  • I will probably get my heart.

  • My mind hit Cut off men.

  • All right, so that is one how you want to phrase a proper sentence Put, uh, problem before the question.

  • So the weather has been very hot, states you, but it's hard.

  • You get 18 you know?

  • So you go for the question.

  • We attack the question head on.

  • You get any teaching and your ties when you're 30 off the treatment.

  • See, it's a very sly question.

  • Right.

  • So you come to the next part which we talked about, Um judgmental, um judgmental means be inclusive in your conversation or your questions without any bias nous.

  • So I basically my nature CD cleaning.

  • I see people from all walks oflife I see the streets, the gays LGBT transsexuals.

  • So sometimes we need to know how to be unjust men.