The placement will be for 4 days and may include activities like:
Basic Life Support
Talks from specialists
Shadowing a doctor in a clinical setting
Must be Post 16 and studying a suitable course to lead to a successful University application for Medicine
o It is expected that work experience candidates will arrive for duty smartly dressed.
o Clothes should allow for a range of movements. Long trousers, or a calf length skirt, should be worn with a plain polo shirt or t-shirt/short-sleeved blouse, as some areas can be quite warm.
o All tops should be bare below the elbow.
o Shoes should be supportive, cover the whole foot and be low heeled and dark in colour.
o Clothes should be changed daily to minimise the risk of cross-infection.
o Jewellery should be restricted to a pair of stud earrings.
o Long hair should be tied back and raised above the collar.
o A tabard and ID badge will be provided to be worn when in clinical areas and these will be returned at the end of the placement
If you are attending a school/college ask a teacher or advisor to provide some information about your application, this could include what they think you might get from the placement, or future career plans.
If you do not attend school or college please ask someone who can act as your referee to explain why you are suitable for a placement.
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