God this has made me laugh!- You can't get more anti doctor than me!
Actually- that's maybe a bit harsh, but I take that as a very big compliment!
Maybe I know a bit more about homeopathy than the average lay person but I wouldn't profess to say I am an expert at most other things.
I guess the reason for my interest in some things is dire necessity- I learnt a while back that the best way to find anything out is to try and access the same stuff the professionals are using so I tend to nosey around in places that perhaps people outside the profession don't go.
It was easier when I was a student because there was easy access to science journals and all that- not so easy now. If I buy books on health issues and can afford it I try and buy professional resources so I can be more confident it is up to date and what the people in the know are using.
I work for an organisation that provides services to disabled people. My job is to offer training and consultancy to staff that support service users. The organisation I work for tends to specialise in turning schemes around that others have not managed to make work so that has made me quite good at problem solving.
Hope that answers your question!! Sorry to disappoint you if you thought I was some kind of "inspector gadget- clad- medic- in disguise"!!!
Take care of you,