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Written by Dr Caroline Elton
Watch the introductory webinar recording presented by Dr Caroline Elton
Starting your foundation training can seem like an overwhelming time in your career. As you take on new responsibilities, it's natural to focus on the present and worry about the future later.
But to keep your career on track, you need to make sure you're ready for what comes next.
Medicine on Track is designed to help you prepare for specialty recruitment by breaking down your career planning into small, manageable steps.
From the first few weeks to thinking about tasters, from polishing your application to perfecting your interview, Medicine on Track will guide and support you on the road to your ideal medical career.
There are 18 modules to work through across the two years of your foundation programme, scheduled to coincide with key dates in your rotations.
The modules contain a wide range of learning resources and information, including:
We'll send an email to foundation year members when each module is released. Just log in with your MDU number to access the latest instalment of Medicine on Track.
By the end of the programme, we hope that you'll have developed the skills and knowledge needed to make an informed choice about the direction you want your career to take - and have maximised the chance of your choice being successful.
Getting started and understanding your options
Making decisions and taking action
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