How to become a Clinical Psychologist

As the popularity of psychology degrees is growing in the UK, one of the most popular destinations for psychology graduates is a career in clinical psychology. Although many psychology students aspire to become… Continue reading

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Careers you’ve never heard of… Podiatry

The next career that I will shed light on is the glamorous career of podiatry. Podiatry is the study and diagnosis of the foot and ankle problems. If you work as a podiatrist you will have… Continue reading

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Careers you’ve never heard of? Optometry

In my careers series, I have decided to focus on careers which are less well known in the health care arena. Optometry is the next topic that I am going to de mystify. I… Continue reading

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Careers you’ve never heard of? Audiology

If you are interested in a medical career but aren’t keen on medicine, dentistry or nursing, this series of posts will give you an awareness of alternatives. Audiology? I’d never heard of this… Continue reading

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How the Stephen Lawrence case led to many changes in society

The dawn of 2012 signalled the culmination of 18 years of heartbreak and disappointments for all those involved in the Lawrence case. From the catalogue of failures made by the Metropolitan Police, a… Continue reading

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So you’ve graduated …

  You’ve studied for three years, you spent the weekends of your third year in the library, you didn’t go to house parties and you were president of six student societies.  The time… Continue reading

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How to deal with annoying co-workers

There’s always at least that one person at work who drives you mad, the way they eat/walk/talk/breathe/express them selves is enough to make you go ‘ahhh shuuttt uppp’. From the office know-it-all, to… Continue reading

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Gordon Behind Bars

Gordon Ramsey has tried to do a Jaime Oliver. What I mean is that Jamie Oliver, renowned celebrity chef and social entrepreneur began taking “down and out, no chef training, NEETs” and trained… Continue reading

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Education reforms

In the last few weeks there have been calls for the reform of UK secondary school exams such as GCSEs and A levels. This kind of rhetoric I think is dangerous and misleading,… Continue reading

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How to survive an Interview

Recently, I have been asked by a few friends how they should prepare for an interview and what they should expect. This post will hopefully enlighten you and make you aware of what… Continue reading

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