Making Sense of Your Medical Career

Making Sense of Your Medical Career

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Medicine is an extremely competitive field, and whilst some specialties will always prove more popular than others, the competition is set to increase across all areas. If you are serious about succeeding in medicine then Making Sense of Your Medical Career is the book for you. This practical guide is packed with invaluable career information, and takes time to explain carefully the best path to career success. Key Features Am Universal approach, applicable across all specialties Am Unbiased and impartial advice Am Easy-to-read and informal style Am Step-by-step advice in how to build an effective CV Am Practical examples from expert contributing authors Am Handy tips on getting short-listed and selected for competitive posts Am Further information and support on This book will help you to answer difficult questions: Am Should I do an intercalated BSc and what are the costs, benefits and alternatives? Am How do I get funding for an intercalated BSc and elective? Am How do I organise a successful elective? Am How do I write and publish a scientific paper or book? Am How do I get the most out of my time at medical school? Am How do I manage my time, finances and stress? Am What will I be asked at an interview? Am How can I make myself stand out from the crowd? Making Sense of Your Medical Career is the ultimate passport to a successful career in medicine. qWe have no doubt that any medical student would benefit from reading this book and so would many of their is a remarkable achievement and we believe that it justly merits a place on the student's personal bookshelf as well as in libraries everywhere.q Sir Graeme Catto and Sir Barry JacksonPaper quality matters! Use bright white, A4 100 gsm paper so your CV looks different. ... Ita#39;s best to avoid underlining a€“ it can make the CV look old-fashioned. ... Take care with spelling a€“ as well as using spell-check, have someone check the whole document for typographic errors. ... It is better to use positive action words rather than passive ones, for example the use of the past tense indicates that this isanbsp;...

Title:Making Sense of Your Medical Career
Author: Riaz Agha
Publisher:CRC Press - 2013-10-30

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