Annual Leave? Sick Leave? What do I do as a Junior Doctor?

Hey y’all – The Gym Medic here!

Here’s your third episode in my series ‘Clueless to Clinician’ and today we’re taking TAKING ANNUAL LEAVE AS A JUNIOR DOCTOR!

Being a junior doctor is scary, exciting, rewarding and there’s SO much to learn. I thought I’d share with you some tips which I learnt throughout my time as a foundation doctor to help make your transition to the role easier!

This is the stuff they don’t teach you at medical school.

Today we’re talking when to take leave, how to take leave, what to do if you are sick and how to make the most of your allocated days off. I’ve literally done the hard work and muddled my way through so you don’t have to!

Remember to let me know what you think in the comments box and HIT like and subscribe for more content coming SOON. Over and out.

The Gym Medic x

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1 comment

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