True enough. With all the work doctors put in to get to the point of being full on doctors, they demand a certain level of competence and respect from others I find. It's funny, I keep hearing the official moment of when someone goes from new nurse to experienced nurse as "when you can tell a doctor that their intervention is wrong, they should do X intervention for Y and Z reasons. You're experienced when they respect your skill and judgement enough to agree with you." and you're an old crusty nurse when "You're able to boss around the 25 year old new doctors.">>41564411
True. Though scrubs, I can't think of any malpractice tier procedures I've seen and the patient conditions are more or less what you actually see in a hospital.
I just find with healthcare, that you have doctors, nurses, techs, lab guys, secretaries, social workers all working at a hospital; each with subdivisions as well. All of them has varying styles, viewpoints, specializations and knowledge bases on medicine. So that to me would be an interesting thing to explore.