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Congratulations on getting a job in UHW! Whether you’re a Cardiff graduate or not, UHW can be a pretty overwhelming place. I was a Cardiff graduate, but did my Foundation Programme in England, and when I returned to UHW two years ago to start CT1, I found it a bit overwhelming.
Being a junior doctor is nothing like being a medical student on placement after all. Two years down the line, I love it. Some of you will, like me, love working in a big hospital. Others will prefer the safety of knowing everyone in a DGH. Wherever you see yourself in a few years’ time, embrace it, it’s our tertiary centre, and there is so much to learn here.
A few little things I’ve learnt along the way.
I hope that you will enjoy working here as much as I do. You will be exposed to pathology here that you will not see anywhere else in Wales. Yes, the learning curve is vertical, and sometimes you feel like you get lost in the system. Look after each other. You are each other’s colleagues and friends. And it pays to have friends in every specialty in the middle of the night!
There are lots of trainee reps and programme directors to help you along the way. If anyone has any further questions, queries, or worries, feel free to contact me. Good Luck!
If you have any tips you can offer Welsh F1s, share them with @BMACymru using #tipsfornewdocs
Jade Harrison is an Anaesthetics trainee at University Hospital of Wales
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