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FY1 in heart failure: the good, the bad and the ugly! Reflections by the FY1 doctors in heart failure and their supervisor on the first year of a new post

July 2015 Br J Cardiol 2015;22:(3) doi:10.5837/bjc.2015.023 Online First

FY1 in heart failure: the good, the bad and the ugly! Reflections by the FY1 doctors in heart failure and their supervisor on the first year of a new post

Laura Styles, Sarah Soar, Philippe Wheeler, Abdallah Al-Mohammad

Abstract

The three trainees and their supervisor. From left to right: Dr Sarah Soar, Dr Philippe Wheeler,Dr Laura Styles and Dr Abdallah Al-Mohammad Introduction For newly qualified doctors, the Foundation Programme provides a stimulating and exciting entry into a career in medicine. As the name suggests, doctors work within a range of specialties and environments in order to build on the knowledge learnt at medical school, and develop as a clinician in preparation for specialty training. We had the privilege of being the first to work as foundation doctors in a new role – FY1 in heart failure – and, in this article, we hope to outline some of the

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