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Pupils are given a healthy exposure to careers in medicine

NHS Highland has welcomed the first two groups of secondary school pupils for this year’s Doctors at Work programme.

The programme, which has been running for five years, gives pupils an invaluable insight into their chosen career and an understanding of the re alities of working in a hospital. The programme is going from strength to strength and with a record number of applicants it will now be running five times across the year.

Dr Emma Watson, director of medical education for NHS Highland, said the programme has been a success and has also increased the number of students from Highland being accepted into medical schools.

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