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Hi,
When I am in a rush my handwriting is bad and I forget to write in sentences or phrases that make sense. The handwriting bit could it be due to a bad pen?
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But doctors are always in a rush. That’s not an excuse.
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But doctors are always in a rush. That’s not an excuse.
Stereotypically a lot doctors have bad handwriting. In the future more and more trusts are going paperless so this will be less of an issue.
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Stereotypically a lot doctors have bad handwriting. In the future more and more trusts are going paperless so this will be less of an issue.
Yeah I feel like I need to apply for f1 at a trust that is paperless. Do you have any ideas on how to approach this?
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Yeah I feel like I need to apply for f1 at a trust that is paperless. Do you have any ideas on how to approach this?
Well presumably you'd know, having been working and learning across different trusts as a medical student. For example I know York is using electronic prescribing and Leeds is moving to paperless notes (or at least they were, 2 years ago) .

If in doubt, it's best to speak to the junior doctors who you are learning with. Presumably you must know a few FY1s and more senior junior docs right?
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I am dyslexic and have terrible hand writing, it's fine, you can always addend notes later as well. You could try out some different pens tend, I find a finer ball point makes my writing more legible.
I don't think you need to apply to exclusively e-note trusts because of this! Typing quickly on a moving ward round while trying to navigate a large COW around everyone can be just as tricky.
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