Our hard-working doc2doc editor, Matthew Billingsley, has colected a list of the therads that generated the most interest recently. A study of them will no doubt help others to rasie subjects that will spark the imagination of other doc2docers, so here;s the most popular twenty;
Should Christian health professionals be allowed to wear a cross at work?
Can evidence based Doctors believe in God?
Is it acceptable for a student to prostitute themselves to pay for medical school?
Does it matter which medical school you go to?
Was it wrong to use medical care as a reason to track down Bin Laden?
Should doctors be struck off for talking to patients about Jesus?
Should smoking be banned in cars?
Should doctors self prescribe?
How important is it to smile at your patients?
Do you mind that some dentists call themselves Dr?
Is it ethical to stunt the growth of a severely disabled child?
Is this the end of the stethoscope in cardiovascular examination?
Is Religion Fundamental to Human Nature?
What is your favourite oral anti-diabetic drug beyond metformin?
How to address your Consultant?
Should we still say women and children first
Do you want to donate your organs when you die?
Should movie smoking be banned?
Should the identities of cadavers be revealed to medical students?
Ever eager to help, here are my suggestions;
Does God have a favourite oral anti-diabetic?
Is it ethical to beat a child with a stethoscope?
Should you smile at your Consultant when you get them in at weekends, because they don’t speak your language (and possibly is a Nazi war criminal)
OK, off you go!