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    Now, this may come off as quite strange...
    But I have came to the conclusion that I LOVE researching and making powerpoints! As nerdy and strange as it sounds, it's true. I've noticed that at school, when I am asked to do a powerpoint, I go a tad crazy and make sure it's perfect. I am always at such ease with powerpoints and research. For example, for my geography coursework on Monday I wasgiven information on how to do the introduction (over the 6 weeks summer holidays) and I have already completed and printed and edited 6 pages of information....
    I just love research! I always find myself researching and googling the randomest of things, and at night find myself on random wikipedia articles such as how Hitler banned smoking in WWII.
    As I want to go into medicine, I was wondering if there are any researchy and presentational aspects of it, I've heard of Clinical Research Associates but what's that really like?
    Help please!
    Thanks
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    (Original post by salmagaf)
    Now, this may come off as quite strange...
    But I have came to the conclusion that I LOVE researching and making powerpoints! As nerdy and strange as it sounds, it's true. I've noticed that at school, when I am asked to do a powerpoint, I go a tad crazy and make sure it's perfect. I am always at such ease with powerpoints and research. For example, for my geography coursework on Monday I wasgiven information on how to do the introduction (over the 6 weeks summer holidays) and I have already completed and printed and edited 6 pages of information....
    I just love research! I always find myself researching and googling the randomest of things, and at night find myself on random wikipedia articles such as how Hitler banned smoking in WWII.
    As I want to go into medicine, I was wondering if there are any researchy and presentational aspects of it, I've heard of Clinical Research Associates but what's that really like?
    Help please!
    Thanks
    That's awesome! It's not a nerd job, doing research is actually fun and a great deal of help afterwards.
    In medicine doing research depends. For instance, in year one, when you study basic sciences, you'll learn a lot about facts. Now you can either take them or search them up on the internet. And in subsequent years, you'll find room for research concerning different topics, like the epidemiology of various disorders, their relation to specific conditions etc.

    And you can make powerpoints for different subjects such as Biochemistry and Physiology. It's actually fun learning them that way, esp. specific topics like cardiology and neurology.

    So don't worry, keep up the zeal for research and you'll do just fine!
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    (Original post by Dynamo123)
    That's awesome! It's not a nerd job, doing research is actually fun and a great deal of help afterwards.
    In medicine doing research depends. For instance, in year one, when you study basic sciences, you'll learn a lot about facts. Now you can either take them or search them up on the internet. And in subsequent years, you'll find room for research concerning different topics, like the epidemiology of various disorders, their relation to specific conditions etc.

    And you can make powerpoints for different subjects such as Biochemistry and Physiology. It's actually fun learning them that way, esp. specific topics like cardiology and neurology.

    So don't worry, keep up the zeal for research and you'll do just fine!
    Aw thank you so much!!!!
 
 
 
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