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The British Medical Journal (BMJ) is once again hosting its Careers Fair, which will take place at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London.
Kicking off on October 23rd, the event will look at helping junior doctors from across the UK to improve their career skills.
As well as courses covering CV writing, interview skills, career planning and other areas, visitors will be able to benefit from a range of exhibition stands on career advice. For junior doctors, it will look at finding a new job and what alternative career pathways might be open to them.
Mediplacements is proud to say it will be at the event to help any professionals looking for more advice about the recruitment opportunities available to them as a junior doctor.
For the first time, the event will include a brand new element - BMJ Live.
As well as running its popular career-focused seminars, there will also be various events focused on the best of the BMJ. Called BMJ Live, the initiative will look at challenging current standards and looking for ways to improve medicine.
'The Big Debate' will be an entire evening of topical discussion led by the BMJ team, while 'Innovation in practice' will look at the winner of the BMJ Awards 2015 and celebrate the work of innovative projects happening in UK healthcare right now.
BMJ Live will also have a special segment dedicated to 'Work issues', focusing on the duties of a doctor, the ethics and giving employment advice. It will also look at the importance of taking time out and understanding a doctor's role within the wider NHS.
There will also be an event aimed at encouraging people to become the doctors of tomorrow, with a special programme directed towards year 11, 12 and 13 students to tell them about applying to medicine.
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