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Search through expert guidance and practical advice to help you practise with confidence. You'll find everything from responding to local resolution complaints to working outside your usual field of practice during a pandemic.
Amana Qayum, a fourth-year from Manchester, on the importance of rest, hobbies and a social life throughout medical school.
Your first year at medical school comes with newfound freedom – and the pressure to get it right. Third-year Ian Soh looks back at his time as a fresher.
A final year student learns the importance of being honest after they amend clinical notes following a complaint.
Sorry really can be hard to say. Dr Catherine Wills considers what makes a genuine apology.
In2MedSchool aims to create a workforce that truly represents all types of communities across the UK. Founder and junior doctor Brian Wang explains more.
Having an identity and hobbies outside medical school will help you become a better doctor, says final year student and podcaster Marianne Gazet.
What’s missing from your OSCEs prep? Dr Laura White shares her secret to successfully completing the OSCEs.
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It can feel devastating when things go wrong at any stage of your career. Dr Laura Hulmes discusses her experience and how she began to rebuild her confidence afterwards.
Choosing your career path isn’t always straightforward. One foundation doctor looks at alternative career options.
Two fourth-year students, Meenakshi Veeramani and Daniel Zhao, discuss learning off-the-books during their time volunteering in the ITU.