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What I wish I knew before I applied to medical school
Five Student BMJ readers share their advice on what they wish they had known before applying to medical school
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AMEE 2013 Impact Award Winners
Congratulations to Sundaria Joseph; Lesley Diack; Fiona Garton; Jennie Haxton who won the award for their paper :
Interprofessional Education in Practice
BMJ Article -
Hello – my name is ……
http://press.psprings.co.uk/bmj/september/names.pdf - highly relevant to all students in training and also to trained doctors. Those of you who follow Kate Granger's blog will already be familiar with the contents of the article, but those of you who have yet to discover her blog (she is a young doctor with terminal cancer) might like to take a look, as there are a lot of very important lessons to be learned from it for all of us in the profession.
Blog link - http://drkategranger.wordpress.com
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