In about a year I will finally achieve one of my life goals by becoming a doctor, but it will still be many years before I achieve another life goal and set sail around the world. I have read here and elsewhere that doctors seem to have no trouble finding work
while cruising, but I'm curious as to what types of work
they do? I'm not so much concerned about earning money
while abroad, but I would prefer to continue practicing so that my clinical skills do not get too rusty before I return to shore and pick up where I left off.
Do doctors work at local clinics and hospitals?
Do they run clinics out of their own ships?
Do they register with local authorities or do they operate under the radar
Do they just hang a sign while in port and take all comers on a cash basis?