A Career in Medicine: Do you have what it takes? second edition
Have you ever thought about becoming a doctor but weren't sure where to start or what to expect? This book provides a comprehensive resource to guide you through the various stages involved in becoming a doctor, from deciding whether medicine is right for you, to choosing and applying to medical school, interview skills, student finance, plus what it's like to face your first day as a postgraduate doctor and beyond.
This revised and updated edition includes 15 easy to read chapters and gives a clear overview of modern medical training and career pathways, incorporating the most up-to-date changes to medical education.
Written by a range of experts, from medical students, admissions tutors and qualified doctors, this book clearly explains what personal qualities and training is involved in becoming a doctor at each level and offers advice on getting into related specialties, such as academic medicine and medical journalism.
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