In one eight hour shift s/he can write their signature alone fifty to one ... this kind
of handwriting is when doctors get so in the habit of writing bad that they write ...
Time -- the lack of it. I studied calligraphy under a Trappist monk, Fr. Robert
Palladino. I carried ... Physicians make very expensive secretaries, so they'd
rather write quickly and pay ... FWIW, physicians don't *always* have bad hand
Dec 11, 2008 ... Common questions: What illegible handwriting means, why doctors have bad
handwriting, why doctors write bad, why doctors handwriting is illegible. ... Also
Read: 5 Signature styles you must avoid ... So, next time you receive a get-well-
soon card with messages in illegible handwriting, I'm sure you will ...
Nov 28, 2014 ... We've all noticed that doctors' handwriting can be extremely bad, but according to
doctorsecrets.com, their bad writing is “a matter of survival”.
Jan 15, 2007 ... Physicians' bad handwriting kills more than 7000 people a year. ... We have the
technology today to prevent these errors, so why aren't we ...
Apr 8, 2014 ... This features 50 of the simplest signatures, the worst handwriting .... It looks like
Xzibit heard he liked signatures and put a signature in his signature so he could
sign while he signs. ... He has officially hit doctor status legibility.
Sep 15, 2011 ... There was a doctor whose handwriting was so bad that we have to keep ... much
exactly) my husband's signature...who happens to be a doctor.
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Why Are Doctors Signatures So Awful&v=rvlQSKLje0s
Apr 5, 2016 ... Why do doctors have such notoriously bad handwriting? The joke that if you have
bad writing 'you should be a doctor' is so universal it's ...
So where's the rub? You may have a reproducibly bad signature. The staff at your
hospital have come to know your scribble, but what if an outside auditor walks ...
Aug 20, 2014 ... U.S. doctors write about 3.2 billion prescriptions every year. ... 11 Scenes Acted
So Bad We Can't Forget ThemLooper.com ... that prescribers deliberately scrawl
to make it harder for their prescriptions/signatures to be forged.