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NHS Grad Scheme Interviews – my top tips

Around this time last year, as I walked from my house to my Wednesday 9am lecture, I got a phone call: “Hello, is that Hailey?” “Yes – who is speaking please?” “I’m calling from the NHS Leadership Academy – are you still interested in an NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme interview?” Excellent, I thought, this… Continue reading NHS Grad Scheme Interviews – my top tips

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Starting a new job: easy, or not?

Okay, I am WAY overdue for a new blog. It’s been a busy few weeks for us NHS management trainees as many of us have finished our flexi placements and started a new placement. We’ve also attended a Social Media event (see #NHSgetsocial on Twitter for a bit of commentary), and I’ve also been on… Continue reading Starting a new job: easy, or not?

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Why I joined the NHS Graduate Scheme and why you should too

It has been about two years since I first applied for the NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme. Applications have just opened for 2017, and I thought I’d do a blog about why I chose to join the scheme. Up until then, I had my heart set on being a secondary school maths teacher. I had… Continue reading Why I joined the NHS Graduate Scheme and why you should too

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Are you reactive or proactive? A lesson learned…

The best days on the scheme for me are where I go home feeling that I really learnt a lesson that day. This is sometimes something technical like writing an options paper or learning something about finance. Often, it’s something that I’ve learnt about myself. One such lesson came recently, whilst working on a project which… Continue reading Are you reactive or proactive? A lesson learned…