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Amana Qayum, a fourth-year from Manchester, on the importance of rest, hobbies and a social life throughout medical school.
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.
Two fourth-year students, Meenakshi Veeramani and Daniel Zhao, discuss learning off-the-books during their time volunteering in the ITU.
Medico-legal concerns can be extremely stressful for healthcare professionals at every level, but there are lots of places you can turn to for help if you need it.
Dr Michael Devlin discusses guidance and advice around handling threats to the safety of healthcare workers.
A distressed foundation doctor called the MDU helpline during an ongoing trust investigation where a patient was given an excessive dose of gentamicin.
One foundation doctor calls the MDU after fatigue almost leads them to make a dangerous mistake.
Dame Clare Gerada speaks to Dr Catherine Wills about doctors' mental health and her work with the charity Doctors in Distress.
Dr Stephen Hearns explains how a career as a helicopter rescue doctor led him to study the effects of pressure and inspired his mission to help fellow doctors swim rather than sink.