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Doctors note/Certificate - February 4th 2010, 06:23 PM

I had an operation on the 18th January and I was advised to stay off college and work for 3 weeks, for my work placement at college I need to get proof of being signed off work for this time.
I have to have daily injections for another 2 weeks every day. This prevents me from going back to work.
If I speak to my doctor about this will they sign me off for another week (so all in all a month) this is from the date of my operation until the date that I return back.
My work placement are pretty big on procedure so I just want to make sure I have myself completely covered over wise I would get disciplined the same way any employee would.
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Re: Doctors note/Certificate - February 4th 2010, 06:27 PM

I think the doctor would give you a doctor's note but sometimes they can cost money, a lot of money.


   
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Re: Doctors note/Certificate - February 6th 2010, 08:12 PM

since you're 18 you may have to pay for it.. but yeah so long as you have a half decent doctor they'll sign you off.


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