October 17, 2013 in RokTabs
It requires you to think and write about your charity or work experience, your experiences in shadowing, and for you to comment on trends and breakthroughs in medicine, law, psychology, whatever your chosen field is in. See our websites Medlink Conferences and Workshop Conferences.
Additionally you should be placing references here from those you come into contact with during work or charity experience. This reminds you of the work they do now in the context of you preparing to be a professional.
You should be able to blog for 20 minutes once a week about your your thoughts and ideas of what is important to you in your chosen field.
Students who blog are laying down a clear footprint of commitment to their profession that will be there for any who chose to look. You could even talk about some original research you have done . For instance click HERE to see 10 great Pathology Projects from Medlink students.
To start your own blog just click on the Register button above.