Day in the Life of a Doctor: Nurse Shadows Doctor for 12 hours!

Day in the Life of a Doctor: Nurse Shadows Doctor for 12 hours!

100 Replies to “Day in the Life of a Doctor: Nurse Shadows Doctor for 12 hours!”

  1. I think what happens, as with any job, people get jaded and over time may lose compassion or empathy as the years pass and excitement may fade.. I sure hope she never loses her awesome bedside manner, I’d be so happy to have her as my doctor!

  2. I just discovered this channel. I love these videos so much. And I love that this game s canadian ❤️

  3. You are seriously too adorable for words. I have watched five videos in a row and can't get enough. Your father is also adorable and I can imagine he was such a great influence on you being an amazing doctor. I have personal experience with doctors. My 13 year old was born with astrocytoma and underwent lots of surgeries and chemo. So we have lots of experience in rounds, I like to lead them. I think you will not lose your bedside manner because you have a light in you. I think with staying healthly physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually that you will maintain that light. I'm interested in seeing your mom in a video, apologies I don't know your backstory so hopefully that isn't offensive or insensitive. You could also do a Q&A video, I left some questions below to start you off. Maybe another video having a cancer mom, momcologist, like myself follow you for maybe 8hrs, I couldn't do 24 😬 I love your violin playing also. What city are you in, not creeping, just didn't recognize it. We usually go up to Mayo Clinic and St Mary's in Rochester, MN. What would your favorite hospital be to work in? What specific study of medicine do you like best? What's your five and ten year goals? Do you want a family? K, it's been a pleasure. Thank you and keep up the good work!!!

  4. Hi, @violinmd! What software/app do you use to edit your videos? They seem so neat and organized! ☺️

  5. Hii. I'm a fan from the Philippines. Thank you for this kind of experience,its also inspiring since I want to be a Doctor soon!. Moreeepowerrr

  6. when people come in and interrupt you to ask you questions it seems pretty staged. I know this does occur frequently but it just looks liked you staged or prepped for it. They look like theyre acting or pretending.

  7. i volunteer at this hospital! love the workplace environment and professionalism! hoping to pursue a career and end up working here! love your videos!

  8. Hi, just curious how much does med school cost in Canada? Is it cheaper then the USA? I appreciate this video, it is good to see you guys can be as busy and stressed as everyone else in the healthcare field!

  9. Hi I’ve had strep for 2 days and my throat is still really sore. I’m on antibiotics for it. Is there any foods that will soothe it. What drinks would do the same

  10. As a RN, I appreciate what you do! Not every MD treats nurses with respect or as team members which is sad because we have the same goal-providing the best pt care possible!

  11. I work at a long term care facility and keep thinking, how does her hospital allow her to have a camera all over the hospital?? I'm truly curious, my administrator has a fit if she sees me on my cellphone

  12. I JUST came across your channel and absolutely love it. I have a chronic illness so seeing what actually goes on behind the scenes gives me such an appreciation and respect for what docs and their teams do. Your attitude and demeanor is so wonderful, you’re a pleasure to watch! Keep up your hard work! ❤️

  13. Love your videos! I’m a 5 year dialysis patient. I love seeing the doctors perspective because sometimes I feel like my docs do some questionable things lol 🤔

  14. I'm a nurse and I loved this video! I love how open-minded are kind both of them are. So refreshing to see. It was great when the doctor enjoyed working as a team with the nurse who had shortness of breath! I wish all nurses got to shadow doctors and all doctors got to shadow nurses. I know as a nightshift med/surg nurse I would love to shadow one of the nightshift hospitalists for a day. We only have 2 hospitalists for the whole hospital at night and it'd be so interesting to see what they're doing all night long!

  15. Hi Violin Doctor:

    be careful when you shoot the video inside the hospital because it may violate the HIPPA and your hospital social media policy the lead you to loose your job and your MD license even your career!

    And it is NOT acceptable to hold the camera when you run to a code blue or share your shift report and your patient information in front of the camera and post on YouTube ! In addition to violating HIPPA, holding a camera will distract you from your patients and your clinical tasks! Remember: you are a Doctor facing the vulnerable lives but the actress facing the eye-grabbing cameras!

    Meanwhile, You put yourself, your patients, your co- workers, your leaderships as well as your hospital in a vulnerable position by shooting and publishing the real world videos! They suppose to stop this violating behavior right away as our patient advocates! As a professional Doctor, You need to focus on your patients but the camera during your work ! These sharing probably make a lot fun for your audiences but NO FUN at all for a medial professional and any Heath organizations !! !

    As a professional RN with 22years clinical experiences and patient advocate, I urge you to delete all your work related videos ASAP and stop violating our patient rights by shooting videos during your work! I will keep checking your channel and make official report to your licenses board as well as YouTube media platform if you won’t take my advices seriously ! 09/13/2019 6:19pm

  16. This is why I like a physician who pays close attention to detail. I also think i don't need a doctor for a lot of med surg patients. I'd prefer evidence based protocols over opinions. Especially for sepsis.

  17. Look at how many women are at that multidisciplinary rounds?!?!?! So wonderful to see women in amazing careers being PROS!!! 🤩🤩🤩

  18. Happy to get these video suggestions, these are true creators and influencers. These are the people that have to be recognized for their service and hard work, this is what hard work looks like, this is what passion for what you do looks like, these videos are full of education, experience, love, kindness. These videos are educational videos for adults, these videos can help shape our world and inspire this generation to focus on real careers that can help improve our world. Thank you for this content. And I hope these videos keep getting reccomended to everyone and people of all ages.

  19. I love RN Ashley because at 8:20 the typical doctor is a nErd & uses a medical term that may be inaccessible to the viewers (me included), & Ashley plays dumb to prompt an actual explanation of a volume assessment. She of course would know what it is.

  20. Wow that looks like a wonderful hospital to work. Mine looks like a sham in comparison. It looks pike Cleveland or upstate NY where i just moved from to Arizona

  21. I am currently a pre-intern in a third world country and even though we have a lot of good doctors, our resources blockage limits effective assesment for patient care. Just watching this video makes my heart warm, how every allied help professional get united to individualize every patient in order to optimize the treatment. What specially caught my attetion was the way you treat medical students as part of your team, it is sad that we serve as a rug accumulating bad energy from residents, and some don't even encourage us to participate or learn. We have the advantage of getting that doctor-patient relationship when we first enter pre-internship, sometimes we get the privilage to assist on the physical examination and interrogate them to collaborate on the medical history, obviously with the help and supervision of an attending physician, and the patient approval. Keep that welcoming smile while teaching, as a way of telling them, "It's okey. You don't need to feel pressured, you are just learning"; this makes a huge difference.

  22. I've watched some of your videos and never realized until this one where you actually work! (I recognized the city view) Looking back on the other videos, I now realize why it sometimes takes so long to be seen in the ER there and have a better appreciation of what a Dr. goes through on a typical shift. I'm about to start my pregrad experience and am hoping I get placed there on 6 surgical ^_^

  23. IM NOT SURE WHO CAN SHADOW WHO NEXT BUT THESE VIDEOS ARE AMAZING! I’m a medical interpreter and these videos make me understand soooo much more about doctors and nurses and why they do the things they do! Made me appreciate them more!!! Thank you 😊

  24. I really find your voice so soothing!!! So calling!! I can’t stop watching you u make me calm ❤️ and so inspired

  25. I recognize the hospital. St. Mikes or Toronto General Hospital. They are right beside each other. Recognize the church.

  26. its great when they give each other the opportunity to shadow each other, this way they understand what each of them do how hard each other work, with that comes great respect, being a nurse is not an easy job, and neither is being a Doctor, both jobs require a lot of sacrifice

  27. Siobhan: bilateral thingamajig
    Me: antibodies have a job much like immigration officers, they help get rid of foreign substances.

  28. Now I know, you were my brother inlaws doctor when he was in the hospital, I`m not going to say what hospital, but it`s sure is in southern Ontario. Now to tell you the truth, I have nothing but 100% respect for nurses,

  29. I was friends with Ashley in Highschool. She has always been a super sweet person. Glad she got into a profession that really suits her!

  30. Speaking of bedside manner I had a doctor a few weeks ago walk into the room. I told him I was there for anxiety, I explained why (due to a severe past trauma) and he faced the computer the whole time. He re-prescribed me on an old anxiety med and walked out without even asking if it worked for me. I spent 3 minutes in the room with him. It was pretty rough trying to finally open up about this after 6 years and having the doctor brush me off.

  31. I had cellulitis when I was really little my leg turned purple and if I hadn't been to the ER sooner I might not have had my left leg

  32. I noticed you mentioned "I dont know what happends" (about bedside manners). I walk around for about 15yrs in hospitals now (medical information officer) and I can see 1 property back in every one of those cases: "Starstruck". I would not know how to prepare for that. But it's just what I witness. Onward to 1mln subscribers. 🙂

  33. As an RN I thought about continuing on to med school…until I job-shadowed . It was then that I realised I was looking at the other side of the same coin, and it wasn't any better over there.

  34. Theses videos are so informative as a patient I now know why it takes so long for doctors to get to us. U guys have so much to do. Thank you for all that u do.

  35. Iam on the way of becoming a doctor but it is not far. Iam studying associate of science now in college so what is next and what type of doctor would I become?
    I hope your replies.

  36. I just realize that Ashley looks so much like Callie from Grey's anatomy (or at least at 6:26 she reminds me of her)…She's pretty

  37. I'm a paramedic in Colorado and my question is what do you do for acute opioid withdrawal in a 45 yo male in a malnourished bop of 180/115/120 98%.ox and tachycardia. Thank you Doctor, i would love to hear your protocol in Canada

  38. 7:57 [feet pacing to HF patient for volume assessment] ==> This scene DESPERATELY cries out for accompaniment with Bee Gee's "Stayin' Alive", 'eh?

  39. 13:11 ["kind of like dr. house, right?"] ==> Naw, not really. You didn't consider lupus. <<giggle>>
    p.s. Plus, besides, also, too, the House character's usually looking for zebras, but you mostly find horses.

  40. "Annnnd, for our next performance, 'A Day In The Life of a Surgeon! Of a Rad-tech! Of a Pharmacist! Of a Financial Counselor! Of a Billing Coder! Of a Volunteer Coordinator!"

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