Tribes and Tribalism

I went to a really interesting session at the Leadership Academy with the Clinical Fellows about Tribes and Tribalism and […]

Finding a balance

I’m going to be completely honest with you here. I spent my entire weekend on the sofa binge watching Netflix… […]

Learning, learning and more learning

With only four months of my first placement (which has gone ridiculously quickly!) left, I have been thinking about how […]

Flexi-Placements: What are they and how do you get one?

All trainees on the scheme organise and undertake an 8 week (4 weeks for the policy and strategy specialism) flexi-placement. […]

Asking for help

Being a graduate trainee in any specialism brings a strange dichotomy. In some senses, you’re the cream of the crop, […]

Educational Structure of the Scheme

Hi again! I hope everyone had a lovely Easter break. For this blog, I thought I would shine a light […]

What having a brew with the CEO taught me about seizing opportunities

Now I know this is a bizarre title to a blog, but I was recently reflecting a meeting I’d had […]

A ‘Normal’ Working Day as an Informatics Analyst

If you’re like me, ‘Informatics’ is a word that you had never come across before, until you found yourself on […]

What do Graduate Management Trainees actually do on placement?

I helped out at some of the interview days in January; answering candidates questions about the scheme. The thing candidates […]

‘Networking’ – How do I do it!?

Hi there! I hope everyone has been staying warm and enjoying the snow! I had some time off work to […]

Being a bridge

On the second day of the Welcome Event back in September, we spent some time with current trainees in our […]

Is commissioning the use of technology really the first step to healthcare reform?

Advancements in technology are exciting. The idea that we can manage long-term health conditions from our smart phones, face time […]

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