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|Title:||Becoming a young doctor : meeting Sophie Butler and Clare Holt|
|Publisher:||Medical Portals Ltd.|
|Citation:||Agius, M. (2012). Becoming a young doctor : meeting Sophie Butler and Clare Holt. The Synapse, (3), 10-11|
|Abstract:||Becoming a doctor is a major life changing event for any medical student. Students grow into their new role over the first ‘foundation’ years. Here, a year after their graduation, a senior doctor talks with two junior doctors, who are his friends and colleagues, about their experiences over the first year of their career. The author Dr Mark Agius, a Psychiatrist in Bedford and Cambridge, England is working with a couple of FY2 Doctors, or rather, they have just become FY2 Doctors, a year ago they were still medical students. Their names are Sophie Butler and Clare Holt. He talks to them about what it felt like to stop being medical students and become Doctors and how it has felt over this last year.|
|Appears in Collections:||The Synapse, Issue 3|
The Synapse, Issue 3
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