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Nigel Standfield offers practical advice on how to progress in your medical career. He emphasises the importance of knowing what you want to be, and also where you would like to practice.

This lecture was part of an event called "How to get ahead: The future of jobs, careers and training in trauma and orthopaedic surgery" at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 26th June 2013 

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Length: 00:15:58

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Mr George Fussey, Head of Tutoring at Eton College.

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