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    Other than going to the hospital , I feel like I’ve applied to late for volunteering in hospitals.
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    (Original post by KillerCosine)
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    Other than going to the hospital , I feel like I’ve applied to late for volunteering in hospitals.
    Apply for places which aren’t hopsitals then. Showing commitment and developing key skills is the main reason for volunteering, if you can get some work experience/shadowing so you can demonstrate some understanding of the job of a doctor then you should be fine.
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    Are you going for medicine 2019 entry? The best work experience is that which allows you to showcase interpersonal skills such as empathy, communication and teamwork. You don't necessarily need voluntary in a hospital environment. A care home, youth club, nursery, community centre, hospice would be good?
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    Are you going for medicine 2019 entry? The best work experience is that which allows you to showcase interpersonal skills such as empathy, communication and teamwork. You don't necessarily need voluntary in a hospital environment. A care home, youth club, nursery, community centre, hospice would be good?
    Oh really ! Thank you .
 
 
 
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