Top Tips For New Doctors – Dr Amy Hulse

The latest in our series on Top Tips For New Doctors is from Dr Amy Hulse, a Frailty Clinical Development Fellow at Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Larbert.

Top Tips For New Doctors – Dr Amy Hulse

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The latest in our series on Top Tips For New Doctors is from Dr Amy Hulse, a Frailty Clinical Development Fellow at Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Larbert.

Congratulations on making it through medical school and a warm welcome to the profession. Being a doctor is incredibly rewarding but also very hard at times, which is why it’s important to remember to look after yourself as well as others. To remember to take breaks, ask for help and to check in with your team and to spread the work load.

It’s also very important to remember there is a world outside of work and to still do the things that bring you joy in your free time. I wish you well in all you do and for the future.

Find out more top tips on Sunday 28 June.

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