Why is career advice and guidance crucial for university students?
The medical school curriculum is designed to teach and support students with how to become a doctor. However, many students still do not feel they are well equipped with how to actually ‘be’ and work as a doctor when they leave medical school. The first day on the hospital wards as a doctor can be daunting and students may feel a deep sense of ‘unpreparedness’ when they are finally on their own.
Therefore, in conjunction with universities we can provide students with the career support they need in order to feel more confident in tackling the clinical, political, ethical issues and more that they may encounter when they start working as a doctor.
Our sessions range from a one hour interactive talk from a doctor (s) or a series of sessions over several weeks that can be integrated or run alongside the medical school (or other university) curriculum.
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