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Frustrated at the top

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I am a lead sister and feel frustrated at the top. I want to move down one step but in a quandary. Can you help?

I am a lead sister and feel frustrated at the top. I want to move down one step but in a quandary. Can you help?

Anonymous.

Answer:

People often have very good reasons for moving down a step. However it is not always a good idea to undertake such a move and remain where you are unless you consider 'job share'. Also, generally speaking it might be difficult for you to remain working in the same department at a more junior level.

Therefore I suggest the following:

  • You could look for the lower grade that you seeking another department if this is possible.
  • You might retrain in a different field altogether.
  • You might opt for a complete change of scene and move to another hospital, a clinic, a group practice or the private medical sector.
I hope theses ideas are of some help.

Tim Dotchin
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