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Gibbs Reflective Cycle 

Gibbs Reflective Cycle 

What is reflection Reflection is how we process what has happened to us/around us or because of us. We reflect all the time on things, sometimes without even thinking about them. The Gibbs Reflective Cycle is a tool to help you with reflection. Questions such as why...

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GP Work Experience Guide 2021

GP Work Experience Guide 2021

Work experience is an essential part of your medical school application. You will need to talk about it in both your personal statement and in subsequent medical school interviews. By undertaking work experience, you're showing medical schools a level of commitment...

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How To Get Medical Work Experience

How To Get Medical Work Experience

Finding Medical Work Experience The General Medical Council (GMC) states: “students can gain practical experience and find out more about a career in medicine through work observation” – quote directly from GMC website. To talk about where and how you can get medical...

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Hospital Work Experience near me

Hospital Work Experience near me

How can I find hospital work experience near me? Hospital work experience close to home is fantastic. It’s convenient, can easily fit in around school and studies and may be easier to organise due to local contacts. You may not investigate organising work experience...

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5 Reasons why summer is perfect for your medical work experience

What is Hospital Work Experience?

How hospital work experience works… Where possible, hospitals try and facilitate some work experience for aspiring medical students. Experience in hospitals comes in two forms: shadowing/clinical experience or volunteering. Shadowing is when students can follow...

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What is shadowing a Doctor?

What is shadowing a Doctor?

Shadowing is a form of work experience involving observing a variety of roles within the healthcare system. Shadowing can be done both in the UK and overseas and is usually purely observational, due to the health and safety restrictions of not yet being a healthcare professional yourself.

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