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|Genre/Form:||Life skills guides|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Emma Hill, Dr.
|Description:||xxii, 223 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Before you take the plunge --
Trying to get pregnant --
Life as a pregnant hospital doctor --
Life as a pregnant general practitioner --
Academic medicine --
Pregnancy as an undergraduate --
Know your rights: employment law --
Maternity leave --
Before the baby arrives --
Doctors giving birth --
Early days: yes, it was a baby (not flatus or fluid). Planning your return to work --
Breastfeeding and working --
Being back at work --
Working fathers --
'Planning' further pregnancies --
Now we are 6: watching your children grow --
Money matters --
Do you still wish you'd been a lawyer? --
Frequently asked questions.
|Series Title:||Medical careers guide.|
For me the most useful message was to be a mum, not a doctor, to my baby and to enjoy the parenting process, If you're thinking of becoming, going to be, or already are a medic mum, this might be
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