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I'm considering studying Psychiatry or Physiotherapy, is there any ideas of where I could possibly get work experience I've tried looking online and I haven't found anything!
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You need to talk to people

Ring the hr department for your local hospitals and trusts
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(Original post by HannahhhA2745)
I'm considering studying Psychiatry or Physiotherapy, is there any ideas of where I could possibly get work experience I've tried looking online and I haven't found anything!
You will struggle to get work experience in Psychiatry ( sensitivities etc) - are you thinking of becoming a nurse. Your best bet is to get a volunteer role at "Mind" the mental health charity shop. The people in there are often suffering with mental illness and will be only too happy to share their experiences - on the whole. Hospitals offer work experience - if you look on the trust websites for "Work Experience" there will be a page and a contact number. I think the deadline for April experience has passed - they like 3 months notice but there may be other openings
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You don't study psychiatry at undergrad (assuming this is what you're applying for) - you do a medical degree and then specialise afterwards in psychiatry. Do you mean psychology or psychotherapy??
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