Proactive GP career planning – Part 2

16th June 2014 by NASGP

Proactive GP career planning – Part 2

In the last edition of The Sessional GP, the issue of being too passive in career planning terms was discussed. It might be an idea to refresh your mind on this article.

The question remains – how to become more proactive in one’s career planning? In fact, this is quite simple, though not always easy.

The challenge is simple because one merely has to make a decision to become more proactive. If you do not know how to be more proactive the preliminary decision has to be to learn proactivity skills.

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Dr Paul Riley, Locum GP

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