Category Archives: Second Year

Stories from the second year of medical school

Week 2 – How not to get sued.

Week 2 – How not to get sued. Last week..well over a week ago actually (oops) I wrote the GMC coming in and telling us how not to get sacked. This week the uni has given us some lectures on … Continue reading

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Day 1 – How not to get sacked.

I started my second year of medical school yesterday and unsurprisingly I have not received a penny from either NHS bursaries or from student finance. This means that (until they pull their collective fingers out) I am skint. It is … Continue reading

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Student Finance want me to sell my body for food.

For those of you looking for an amusing, whimsical story about how one of my patients did something funny, I’m afraid that will have to wait until I see an amusing patient, hopefully in the next two weeks or so … Continue reading

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Common Sense

I’m a great believer in common sense. The notion that sticking to the letter of the law is not always strictly necessary and that things should have a degree of flexibility. Sadly in modern society this is often lacking. Take … Continue reading

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