Medical practice is generally defined as being the science and practice of the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. Today it is carried out by doctors, nurses, surgeons and physicians.
Medicine is a broad term of a variety of practices evolved to maintain and restore health by the prevention and treatment of illness, including pharmaceuticals, physiotherapy, and surgery.
After graduation there is a broad range of opportunities for future jobs in all sorts of medical professions. You can mix and match them in your study to come up with a career pathway that's right for you. Medicine is a degree for extroverts. A lot of students name working with people as their primary reason to study medicine. Medicine gets you plenty of hospital work experience.