This is the last time the journal is available without Subscription but all trainees are able to sign up to a free lifetime subscription if they do so by 30th September 2014, after which, it converts to its proper paid subscription. Consequently, I am keen to reach as many from FY-level to just approaching CCT as possible so they don’t miss out.
Since its launch late last year, Clinical Career has made a tremendous impact throughout the medical trainee fraternity to the extent that we now have over 6,000 registered subscribers and the number of contributors to the journal has increased substantially. In our third edition we look to build on this success with another collection of insightful and thought-provoking articles, including:
Changing Training for the Better
Revalidation for SAS doctors and juniors in non-training posts
Diabetes and the Junior Doctor
Becoming a Medicolegal Adviser
Enabling Environments: The Challenge of Working as a Doctor with an Impairment
7 Reasons Why Doctors Make Great Entrepreneurs
Medical Careers in 2014: Is the Future Bright?
Innovation, Healthcare and Hidden Potential
So You Want to be on TV?: Interview with Dr Mark Porter, GP and media personality
Effective Presentation Skills: Optional or Mandatory?
Working as a Locum.
Dr Sara Watkin
Editor in Chief, Clinical Career Journal, Insights Publishing LLP
Consultant Neonatologist & Service Lead, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust