This is a topic that really interests me. I should state that this question is prompted from a completely biassed observation backed by zero statistical analysis or research. Uche and I have travelled throughout the UK to various clinics and trained with a number of people of all different medical backgrounds. It was never lost on me how much more robust the clinics of some of the most entrepreneurial nurses were compared to their doctor counterparts. The ratio of full time aesthetic nurses who had well established clinics compared to their mostly part-time doctors we were meeting, was really astounding to me. Why was there such a divergence? Are nurses able to take greater entrepreneurial risks? Are doctors still working in the NHS at a higher rate than most nurses who go full time quicker? What are the factors that lead to this seeming separation between nurses and doctors in the industry? Something I would love to discuss further amongst the community; let me know what you all think!