6 Jan, 16 | by BMJ
The winter holiday is a busy time for medical students. In anticipation of another year of clinical rotations, we’re faced with the annual onslaught of online training activities to prepare for our upcoming placements. These tasks invariably feature the relatively tedious topics so-cherished by our course organisers; health and safety, data protection, and manual handling. Yet this week, a rather unusual request landed in my inbox. I’d been asked to learn how to spot a terrorist.