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The first year's modules for Medicine on Track will explore everything from how to successfully manage your first few months as a doctor, how you make decisions, using tasters to find out about specialty options, building your portfolio and preparing for sign-off from FY1.
To wrap up Medicine on Track for this year, we'll look back at the work we've done in self-assessment and career exploration - the first two stages in our four-part approach to career planning.
5 June 2019
As the end of your FY1 approaches, it's time to look back at what we've already covered in Medicine on Track and think about how you can apply it next year.
24 April 2019
Now it's time to start translating that learning into the very beginnings of a list – admittedly a longlist – of specialty choices which you intend to explore in the future.
18 March 2019
We now need to move onto Stage Two of the four stage approach to career planning: career exploration.
17 February 2019
In this module we will investigate two more self-assessment activities that examine your skills and interests, as well as explore how you respond to certain environmental factors.
11 January 2019
Self-assessment is the bedrock of making a solid career decision. Spend a decent amount of time on your self-assessment
19 November 2018
When you've experienced so few specialties, how can you start to narrow down your specialty choice? What if your preferred specialty rotation is scheduled at the end of FY2, after the application deadline?
17 October 2018
Working as a doctor means you’ll quickly get used to making clinical decisions. Interestingly, the framework you use to make them can also be used for making important choices about your career.
10 October 2018
At last, the day you have been preparing for since starting medical school has arrived - you're finally working as a doctor!