Full Member. Residents are forbidden to date medical students, but it happens all the time anyway.
Is a resident physician considered a student?
When you ask resident physicians whether they consider themselves students or employees, many say that they are employees. After all, there is a distinct difference between the environments of medical school and residency. However, in 1976, the NLRB ruled that residents are students rather than employees.
Do medical students call residents Doctor?
Residents can refer to any doctor who has graduated from medical school and is in a residency training program (including interns). Of course, they dont live there anymore which would violate workers rights not to mention their regulated duty hours… but we still call them residents.
Why are doctors called residents?
Residents are, collectively, the house staff of a hospital. This term comes from the fact that resident physicians traditionally spend the majority of their training in house (i.e., the hospital). Some residency programs refer to residents in their final year as chief residents (typically in surgical branches).
Do people actually hook up in hospitals?
Some who have been there, done that or witnessed hospital romances first-hand take a pretty dim view of doctor-nurse romances. Doctors and nurses definitely do hook up, according to Alice Tobins August 2019 anecdotal evidence on Quora.