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What’s the (Education) Diagnosis Doc? How Changing your Study Approach can Maximise your Exam Success.

Whether you’re gearing up to run the RACGP written exam races soon, or pacing your study for next year, it’s worth considering your training approach. No-one wants a false-step or start’ (which is a synonym for fail) which I explored in a previous blog. Repeated false starts can result in disqualification so it’s important to …

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Sometimes I believe in as many as six impossible things before breakfast: – ~ Alice.

Today I attended a conference with a difference – Women&Medicine as part of Creative Careers in Medicine. It is perhaps the first conference in about 10 years at which I have not presented a paper – the fact that I cannot estimate the years accurately is testament enough to my reason for attending.  This meeting is …

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What to do when you don’t get through.

Human beings don’t like to fail.   Doctors are terrible at it.  It’s hard, especially when that failure is linked to your self-esteem, professional image, and livelihood.  But sometimes, the strong emotions that accompany failure, stop us from taking the time to consider why we may have had that outcome in the first place. Consequently, we …

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