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Student Editor’s Choice

Tomorrow’s doctors, tomorrow’s leaders

BMJ 2021; 372 doi: (Published 30 March 2021) Cite this as: BMJ 2021;372:n855
  1. Nikki Nabavi, editorial scholar, The BMJ
  1. Correspondence to N Nabavi nnabavi{at}

More than a year since we first entered lockdown, much has changed in terms of our working lives, as well as our personal or social lives ( For many, this has led to a change in the dynamic of our work-life balance, as discussed on a recent episode of Sharp Scratch (Listen on Spotify or Apple pods ). In medical school it often feels like there is always a cohort in their own exam season at any given point in the year—and many of you may be receiving results from exams you sat in the winter. Assessments don’t always go the way we might have hoped, and the Sharp Scratch team discussed the taboo surrounding academic failure (Listen on Spotifyor Apple …

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