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My F1: Death, coffee and so many good friends

People die. Sorry to start with the end, but the first time a patient died, I was devastated, and you need to know that it’s alright to feel like that, but that it’s also part of working in a hospital.

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  • endoscope

    Learning to scope

    Posted on 22 May 2012
    When I started my gastroenterology specialty trainee job, it was the general medicine on-calls that had given me sleepless nights and an unhealthy red wine habit. I presumed I’d easily pick the gastro up as the year went on.

    Tags: education and training, juniors, consultants

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