|30 Sep 2020|
|SHSK Society: Staying Connected|
|SHSK Society - Staying Connected|
2010 leaver, Lydia, decided that she wanted to become a doctor 'after finding out that my initial 'top job' of becoming an astronaut would mean I'd spend months talking to the same three people! I'm naturally very inquisitive and find people fascinating. The doctors in my family always had the best work stories!'
Currently, Lydia has been enjoying working with some of her (very!) youngest patients on the labour wards. In her words: 'The best part of my job at the moment is that the labour wards are the only place where people aren't too fussed about being an inpatient! I'm priviledged to be a part of pivotal moments in womens' lives'
Join us on Thursday 15 October to hear Lydia's talk: 'Life as a Junior Doctor in 2020'. During this talk, Lydia will give 'a day in the life' account of her role as a junior doctor in 2020, discussing both the challenges and opportunities which exist both for her, personally and for those working as medics.
To find out more and to book your place at this free to attend talk which be hosted on Zoom, please click the image below.