If there is no need for papers to evaluate professional titles, there is no need for scientific research… is there?

This is an ordinary life fragment of an ordinary doctor:

At 23: 10 p.m., the duty room of the night shift doctor in a 3A hospital.

[Ding Rinrin]-Nurse Calls: Doctor on Duty? The wound in bed 49 was too painful to sleep and needed treatment.

Doctor on Duty: OK, come right away!

Close the documents, put down the mouse and keyboard, and the doctor on duty rushed out in slippers to see the patient, ask about the illness, write the doctor’s advice and knock on the computer.

Trot back to the duty room, sit down and switch the online dictionary to the word picking mode. The sound of the keyboard rang again.

Every clinician who mentions the word “scientific research” is often full of bitterness.

The unbearable weight of scientific research

Once upon a time, topics and papers were almost necessary for doctors to evaluate their professional titles. Their clinical work was already overwhelmed, and they had to give consideration to applying for funds, doing experiments and writing articles.

The “Opinions on Deepening the Reform of the System and Mechanism for Talent Development” issued at the beginning of the year exploded the circle of friends because of [paying attention to evaluating talents according to their abilities, achievements and contributions, and overcoming the tendency of only academic qualifications, only professional titles, only papers, etc.].

Separating scientific research from clinical practice, reducing unnecessary scientific research and allowing more doctors to focus on clinical practice are of great benefit to improving the quality of medical services.

But is scientific research really useless?

It is voluntary, not a burden.

First-line doctors who work overtime all the year round cannot enjoy the pleasure of personally participating in experiments to solve problems. A large amount of time is devoted to clinical practice. Even if they can find time to read the cutting-edge literature of medical research, they have not enough energy and patience to analyze and experience it.

Clinicians have no time to take care of laboratory work, thus giving birth to a number of experimental technology outsourcing companies. However, this disconnection between clinical and laboratory has made scientific research rigid and lack of thinking. The discovery of penicillin originated from Fleming’s personal participation and thinking in experiments. Is it a loss not to experience the process of experiments personally?

According to doctors at a teaching hospital in New York, doctors can apply for several months a year to concentrate on scientific research, all of which are voluntary, not forced.

This flexible selection mechanism has created sufficient opportunities for real scientific research, allowing doctors to take advantage of each other’s strengths, concentrate on and efficiently develop themselves, and also make contributions to the entire medical cause.

From [Good Doctor] to [Great Doctor]

Ruijin Hospital Breakthrough [Burn Area More than 80% Can’t Be Cured];

Song Hongzhao and others from Concorde Hospital used high-dose chemotherapy as the main comprehensive treatment for radical invasive choriocarcinoma, and the 5-year survival rate increased from 10.8% to 78.6%.

Creation of reconstruction for missing hands or whole fingers;

Treatment of Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia with All-Trans Retinoic Acid Induced Differentiation

It is recognized that among the eight major clinical medical achievements in our country, the leading ones are mostly clinicians-who discover practical problems in clinical practice, solve them with bold and scientific methods, and discover new treatment methods or drugs.

Scientific research is also the only way to transition from a [good doctor] to a [great doctor]. The wide spread of experience and the establishment of one’s academic status all need the help of scientific research.

Scientific research is the promotion of the whole group of doctors.

With an aging population and a relaxed two-child policy, a rising China needs more and better clinicians to meet everyone’s physical and mental health development. The mode of promoting clinical work through papers is changing with the help of the state. The medical evaluation system is allowing more doctors to focus on clinical work and adapt to our national conditions.

However, if the professional title is not evaluated by papers at all, doctors will lose the motivation for scientific research. However, doctors who are interested in scientific research have lost the quantitative benchmark of [paper].

Senior Qiu Fazu said that doctors need three meetings: surgery, lectures and writing.

In the movie “Magic Doctor”, which reflects the development of medicine in Persia, Ibn Sina, a medical guru, would have believed that the heart was a cavity without valve structure for life if she had not met Rob Cole, a student who dared to dissect a corpse, and would have used her own medical books to make this mistake continue to mislead children.

The same is true of the “medical forest correcting mistakes” in the history of Chinese medicine.

The real value of medical research is to do truly useful scientific research, learn to record and share one’s own income, and improve the entire group of doctors in communication.

These values cannot be ignored because [professional titles are not evaluated by papers].