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If you asked me to describe my life as a paediatrics trainee in one word, I would say ‘busy’! Fortunately for you, I have been given a few more words than that, so let me give you an overview of what it’s like to work in the busy, yet fun and exciting, world of paediatrics
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What exactly does a Junior Doctor do? Since a Junior Doctor can be anyone from a foundation year 1 (FY1) to a Registrar training in a particular speciality, the experience can be quite varied. I'm nearing towards the end of my time as an FY1 doctor, so in this blog post, I'll be telling you a little bit of what it is like to step out from the safety of medical school into the clutches of a busy hospital ward for the first time.
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Welcome to this blog on the life of a first year GP trainee. You may be wondering why I’m telling you about this now – you haven’t even started medical school yet! Well, you’ll be surprised how quickly those medical school years fly by and before you know it, you’re now a junior doctor!
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You are a prospective medical student, preparing for your upcoming medical school interviews or a parent keen to know what your child is going to learn in medical school? You wonder what a medical student actually does? Find out what a fourth year medical student gets to see and experience. This will be useful to show during your medical school interviews that you know a little about the profession but also you are aware of what medical schools expect from you.
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