My Research Experience as a Medical Student

My personal experience of undergoing a Research Exchange coordinated by the International Federation of Medical Students Associations. In this article I would be detailing my account of participating in a research exchange provided by my Medical Institution in Bulgaria and the International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA). Furthermore, I want to highlight the importance … Continue reading My Research Experience as a Medical Student

Medical Work Experience: How to get it & What to do with it

Work experience is one of the most important components needed to get into medical school. Your personal statement may be the most well written piece of work seen in the 21 ST century, but without any evidence of work experience or volunteering, it means very little. Universities are looking for applicants with experience in a … Continue reading Medical Work Experience: How to get it & What to do with it

Our Top Tips for Managing the Workload

Streamline your workload using the 5 D's: Do, Delete, Delay, Diminish, Distribute Do: Work that is of high priority and needs to be done immediately or you potentially risk negative effects. Delay: Delay does not mean procrastinate. Procrastination is about indefinite postponement; delaying is about consciously rescheduling something for a time when you can get … Continue reading Our Top Tips for Managing the Workload