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Professor Graham Thornicroft - Employability and Applicants

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07th October 2013

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Graham Thornicroft, Professor of Community Psychiatry, talks about the various routes graduates of the department take, such as academic roles, clinical work and work with charities and NGOs. He also explains that students come from a variety of backgrounds and that the main qualities he looks for when considering applications are potential, commitment and the ability to engage in teamwork.

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