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    Hey there.

    I wanted to start an up to date discussion on SJT tips.

    Does anyone have any advice for the SJT exam? Whether or not to sit courses? Or what books are the best?

    Thank you!
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    Hello - hope you don't mind me jumping in here!

    I'm not a medical student so I can't advise on specific courses or books, but the GMC has some resources that might help you revise our ethical guidance.

    There's a whole list of case studies and tools listed in this thread I posted back in August. I think the most practical tool, though, is Good medical practice in action. It's an interactive tool where you have to choose what the doctor should do in different scenarios.

    Hope this is useful - good luck in your SJT!
    Tanita
 
 
 
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