No, what i mean is research like doing a thesis for the highschool students like me..
Research is important for clinicians because it links the clinical experience and evidence base to the laboratory which lends itself to statistical and trend analyses, collaboration, discovery and ultimately to positive impacts on patient diagnosis, care and safety. Ultimately, research findings enhance the expertise and clinical skills of our clinicians and provide a rich environment for teaching and developing our trainees, the public and other medical professionals in the areas of diagnostic
research is important because we can gather some important informations, ideas .. and also to learn new about things that is new to us..


It is important because you can learn what you do not know