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Question 1:
When was Physician formed?
1938
1871-03-01
see Medical education
1982

Question 2: A physician — also known as medical practitioner, doctor of medicine, medical doctor, or simply doctor — practices the ancient profession of medicine, which is concerned with maintaining or restoring human health through the study, diagnosis, and treatment of ________ or injury.
InfectionPathologyDiseaseIllness

Question 3: ________ is a popular complementary system of medicine.
Homeopathic dilutionsPseudoscienceHomeopathyQuackery

Question 4: Currently, a specialist physician in this older, narrower sense would probably be described in the ________ as an internist.
PhilippinesUnited StatesCanadaAlaska

Question 5: A particularly clear expression of this world view, currently dominant among conventional physicians, is ________.
EpidemiologyClinical trialEvidence-based medicineRandomized controlled trial

Question 6: In the United States and ________, the term physician usually describes all those holding the degrees of Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO).
United KingdomBarbadosBelizeCanada

Question 7: Henry VIII granted a charter to the London ________ in 1518.
Lumleian LecturesAmen Corner (London)Royal College of PhysiciansChristopher Merret

Question 8: After graduation, medical practitioners often undertake further training in a particular field, to become a ________.
MedicineSpecialty (medicine)PathologySurgery

Question 9: In all developed countries, entry-level medical education programs are tertiary-level courses, undertaken at a ________ attached to a university.
MedicineGeneral practitionerPhysicianMedical school

Question 10: Cognate forms for leech exist in ________: in modern Swedish as läkare, in Danish as læge, in modern Norwegian as lege (bokmål) or lækjar (nynorsk), and in Finnish as lääkäri.
Germanic languagesNorth Germanic languagesWest Germanic languagesOld Norse
















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