Reflections on Retirement@65 – I Still Don’t Know a Lot of Things

Reflections on Retirement@65 – I Still Don’t Know a Lot of Things

At age 65, I accept I still don’t know a lot of things in this earth where I live and in the management of life.

After more than 44 years of study medicine (1970 – UP College of Medicine up to now, 2014), I accept I still don’t know a lot of things in medicine.

I have to keep on learning until I became totally disabled or until I die.

Starting February 2014, I will formulate a 10-year learning plan divided into 2 phases – 5-year and 10-year learning plans.  My focused subjects will be Life; Value-based Medical and Health Care; and Hospital Administration.  My focused learning activities will be Problem-based Learning (PBL); Online Collaborative and Interactive Learning (OCIL); and Medical Anecdotal Reports (MAR).

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