This is normal. Almost all medical students come here. At first, when I was a student in school, what I learned was more abstract, a bit like talking on paper. When it comes to the actual clinical practice, you must be familiar with various procedures and various specific rules and regulations. When facing a patient, some are knowledgeable, some are illiterate, some are mild, some are impatient, and some are not. Conservative and some are vulgar, you have to learn to use different methods to collude, ask doctors, and check according to different situations, and then get your preliminary judgment, and then propose a feasible treatment plan. Some conditions are not obvious or can be diagnosed at a glance. Therefore, the new doctors who have just started to work are actually worried. You must also understand the settings of the various clinical departments and auxiliary departments of the hospital where you work, understand the various inspection items that can be provided, understand the various drugs commonly used in pharmacies or departments, and many drugs in the school textbooks are specific Not all of them can be found in all hospitals. But all these problems are actually temporary. Newly-appointed young doctors will generally be arranged to follow a senior doctor in the department first. As long as they achieve the “four accomplishments”: the heart, the eyes, the hands, and the feet, they will grow quickly. The so-called mindfulness means being a caring person, letting go, respecting the teaching doctors, and carefully listening to the teaching doctors’ teachings; the so-called mindfulness means not only observing and learning the diagnosis and treatment methods and experience of higher-level doctors in the work, but also having insights. Live, do more, and accumulate experience; the so-called hand-to-hand means to write down medical records and various medical documents in time, and to write down medical records and various medical documents. The so-called hand-to-hand means to keep your feet diligent. When you need to contact a patient or an auxiliary department, move around more, and naturally the various processes will become familiar.