“But what if you get made to go to war?” – My Experience of Life as a Junior Doctor and Army Reservist

  • Chris B. Yates FY2 in Emergency Medicine, Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital, Newcastle, United Kingdom.
Keywords: army reservist, medicine

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Published
2017-12-31
How to Cite
Yates, C. (2017). “But what if you get made to go to war?” – My Experience of Life as a Junior Doctor and Army Reservist. International Journal of Medical Students, 5(3). Retrieved from http://ijms.info/index.php/IJMS/article/view/26
Section
Experience