PREPARING FOR LIFE AT MEDICAL SCHOOL: CLINICAL YEARS ADVICE

As you make the monumental transition from classroom years to clinical years, we wanted to make sure you are prepared, by equipping you with all the knowledge needed to thrive within this next stage of your studies. You’re at a time where you will experience a drastic change in learning style and will practically be working a full time job only for you to be paid in terms of experience. You will be challenged with more responsibility and will have the opportunity to treat real patients, where many of the cases you witness very rarely go by the book. The two main purposes of clinical training are to learn how to actually take care of patients by putting into practise all you’ve been taught thus far and to help you develop your professional identity as a doctor. So get ready for this great learning curve to say the least as you’re one step closer to becoming a doctor.  Here is a list of all our tips and advice:


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