There are many different types of roles played by anesthesiologists doctors, some of them are:
1. Lecturer For Medical College/ Institutions: Medicine lecturers are subject professors, teachers, or lecturers, and often doctors who give instruction to students who have obtained an upper secondary education diploma in their own specialized field of study, medicine, which is prominently academic in nature. They work with their institution research assistants and institution teaching assistants for the preparation of lectures and exams, for grading papers and exams, for leading laboratory practices, and for leading review and feedback sessions for the students. They also conduct academic research in their respective field of medicine, publish their findings and collaborate with other university colleagues.
2. Assistant Professor For Medical College/Institutions: An Assistant Professor is a professional who is responsible for assisting the professor and overviewing the different aspects of teaching such as preparing lessons, managing courses, lecturing, and facilitating learning. Assistant Professor enjoys a good salary package in India. The salary of assistant professors depends upon many aspects like:
In India, the Professors or Lecturers can get the highest payment from the institutes like AIIMS, BHU, and many more.
3. Resident Doctor For Medical College/ Institutions: A Resident Doctor is commonly someone who already has a basic medical graduate degree and is now working for a post-graduate degree like MD, MS. They typically spend around three years as Resident doctors before they get their Specialization in the branch chosen. Then, some may pursue clinical posts for few more months after specialization to gain more experience, however, they are still called Residents. Not all the resident doctors are pursuing their MD / MS. Some might be not actively pursuing or not registered officially for MD / MS. They are doing these professions as a matter of interest or for gaining more experience. These doctors are called residents because they actually live on the hospital campus itself and are available twenty-four hours a day for any emergency. In India, there are two types of resident doctors: