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The importance of publishing research as a junior doctor

Research is a rewarding and important part of medicine, allowing doctors to contribute to the medical field and develop skills for appraising evidence. Involvement in research can also potentially improve chances at securing a vocational training position. 

Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life (MABEL) is Australia’s national longitudinal survey of doctors and provides new evidence that the importance of publishing research changes with career progression, and is most important for junior doctors.

To read more about the findings from the MABEL study click here. 

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