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    hey guys,

    i've just started working in a NHS hospital as a bank HCA in my year out alongside applying for med school (again!) and earning some ca$h. I'll be all over the place in terms of wards and possibly OPDs so tbh i think it's going to be quite daunting with regards to that.

    so are there any useful hints/tricks that anyone is willing to share that can make my life a WHOLE lot easier on the wards? also with regards to OPDs, what is working there like compared to out on the wards? Better? Worse? Thoughts and opinions please.

    much thanks xxx
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