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How a GP Mastermind promoted NHS career

Dr Maggie Eisner took her seat in the famous Mastermind chair last week to help promote NHS careers to GCSE and A-level students. She answered two questions in five minutes from the Bradford students on what she enjoyed most and least in her work.

'I said I enjoyed continuity of care, the variety of work, a close relationship with patients and working in a close supportive team,' Dr Eisner said. 'To illustrate continuity of care I said I had been in the practice for 20 years, had helped to deliver babies and could now share a mother's distress when a child was a heroin addict.'

Dr Eisner, a GP in Shipley, West Yorkshire, was one of the health care professionals taking part in the spoof event, run by Bradford Vision.

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