- 9 years ago
- Wedding: November 2013
Technically, in the UK at least, the title of ‘Dr’ for medical doctors is only an honourary title – because they don’t have a Doctorate, so they’re not technically doctors. The honourary title is given because they study and train for so long, they might as well have a doctorate. (some MDs do have Doctorates, but they’re a result of further study, not of their initial training)
My FH is hoping to have finished his PhD before we send the invites out, so he can put Dr on everything. And I don’t blame him! He’s worked really hard for it! But if he’s not submitted by the time the invites go out, I’m not gonna let him put it, because he’s not a Dr yet! 🙂
The topic ‘Should FI be identified as “Dr.” or not?’ is closed to new replies.