A career in...
Suzanne Murphy graduated from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, as a general nurse in 2011. She then worked as a staff nurse in a busy medical and surgical hospital ward in Tallaght Hospital, Dublin, for a year. After this, she moved to a mixed dependency nursing home in Dublin where she worked as a staff nurse until 2014, when she accepted a position as a clinical nurse manager in the same nursing home—a post she held until 2015. Suzanne started a medical degree at the Royal College of Su… Read this article >>
Neurosurgery has consistently remained one of the most competitive specialties,1 yet students gain little exposure to the field during most medical school courses. Neurosurgical cases are varied and patients are often at very high risk. With every operation comes the risk of severe and p… Read this article >>
Histopathologists are sometimes stereotyped as solitary individuals who lack social skills and spend an unhealthy amount of time with dead bodies or in a dark room with a microscope. The reality is different. A histopathologist’s main role is to diagnose disease on the basis of cellular … Read this article >>