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Harriet Clifton

I’m a friendly and ambitious medical student hoping to help!!!

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Asked by First · 2 years ago

What’s the difference between a doctor and a nurse?

The difference stems from purpose and the resulting training that takes place. Doctors have a managerial role when it comes to the care of the patient. They create and co-ordinate the care plan of the patient, ensuring they receive attention from the required healthcare professionals e.g. physios, dieticians, nurses and so forth. In producing the care plan, they take the patients history and exp... more

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Asked by Lauren · 2 years ago

Are there any tips on how to get into top universities to staidly medicine excluding good grades???

Hi! Currently well into my medical studies at UCL. Got all 4 of my offers and so hope I can help! Decided it would be easier to make a top 10 list on important things to note on getting into medicine. 1. Work experience. I've found that many of students I've helped get into medicine do not really understand why they are doing work experience, and tend to just do it for their personal statements. G... more

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Asked by Maria · 2 years ago

What type of work experience should I get if I am considering medicine? Any tips?

Aside from shadowing doctors at their practices or hospitals, you could also arrange a health screening at your school/college. I was the president of my health society in college, and we organized a full day of simple health screening procedures that were carried out on our students and staff; this included measuring weight and height for calculating BMI, measuring blood glucose and also measur... more

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Harriet Clifton

I’m a friendly and ambitious medical student hoping to help!!!

161Students helped
3Questions answered
£15Per hour