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All About Training – Flourishing As An NHS Doctor

Audit and QIP. Understanding and importance of Research. Teaching (Any teaching you have delivered, feedback, Importance of teaching in training) Understanding of structured training programme of ObG, exams and curriculum. You will be marked on all of these things by the panel. So make the best use of it.

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Getting Into Core Surgical Training – Flourishing As An

2.Surgical courses: 1 mark per course relevant to surgery and maximum 4 marks. During my year I had done. ALS and ATLS. BSS (Basic surgical skills course) Red dot radiology courses (Chest X-ray course and A&E survival course) EVD stimulation neurosurgery course locally and. a local start surgery related course from Pakistan not the RCS one.

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Getting Into Radiology Training – Flourishing As An NHS Doctor

Taster week and Radiology courses (If you have both, you get 2 marks. You can easily get this) Post graduate qualifications (Full MRCP/MRCS- 2marks, First class honors BSc 2 marks, Bsc intercalated 2:1 You will get 1 mark) Teaching (Formal degree in teaching 2 marks, Teach the teachers course and a teaching sessions- 1 mark)

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Specialist Training In UK (Medicine) – Flourishing As An

Generally in UK they are attained during core medical training Hence easily called as core competencies. Their is a form which is available on ST3 recruitment website which has all the competencies mentioned on it all you need to fill it up and get it signed by the consultant.

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Professional Development As A Doctor – Flourishing As An

Posts about Professional Development as a Doctor written by drsyedmhassan. ¬ By Abeera Khan. A&E is the front door of the hospital. A lot of IMGs think about picking up A&E as their first job as ED is on shortage occupation list and there are lot of vacancies in different trusts.

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Getting Training Where You Want : An Insight Into Upgrades

¬ By Dr. Asadullah Anees Khan I wanted to write this post in order to help others who might be in a similar situation and are aiming to stay in a particular region while applying for Core Medical Training with a view to specialist training. My wife and I both wanted to…

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Experience Of Applying And Obtaining A Higher Speciality

¬ Dr. Irfan Qamar Seven months back I moved to UK from a very well settled Job in middle east after completing my MRCP exam and the only aim to move to this country was to enter a higher speciality training with a special interest in respiratory medicine. When I was…

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Surviving Paediatrics As A GP Trainee- A Short Handy

Surviving Paediatrics as a GP Trainee- a short handy experience. Paediatrics is one rotation every GP trainee wishes to have in the training, and I would say Yes, it’s very important and you learn a lot. However, it can be a bit daunting and hectic. If you don’t have a Paediatric rotation, try to attend some Paediatric clinics or if you

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Contact – Flourishing As An NHS Doctor

Useful courses for Doctors UK; Useful memberships to consider; Research and Audit for Junior Doctors; All about Training expand child menu. All about GP training in UK; Specialist Training in UK (Medicine) Specialist Training in UK (Surgery) Specialist Training in UK (Gyne & Obs) Blog of a Medical Registrar; What’s new in NHS; Contact

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Working In Radiology In The UK: – Flourishing As An NHS Doctor

by Abeera Khan Lately a lot of people have been asking about opportunities to work in the UK considering you have overseas experience in Radiology. RCR website itself has a lot of information on everything you need to know. Pathways of working in Radiology: Apply for Radiology training at ST1 level. It is a National…

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Blog Of A Medical Registrar – Flourishing As An NHS Doctor

Posts about Blog of a Medical Registrar written by . Flourishing as an NHS Doctor. Career and Lifestyle Tips for Junior doctors working across NHS

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MRCOG – Flourishing As An NHS Doctor

Scenario: Day 2 Post uncomplicated vaginal delivery. Routine bloods in the patient show Hb of 71. Take relevant history, ask for relevant examination if you want to do and what would you like to do further. Remember you must be quick in this, take relevant history (if anaemia is symptomatic or asymptomatic), any significant past medical history

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Life Skills 101 For Junior Doctors – Flourishing As An NHS

The best thing I like about working in A&E is a good mix of cases you see ranging from trauma (if the ED department is a trauma centre), acute medical and surgical conditions, orthopaedic emergencies (fractures), managing paediatric conditions, gynae cases to assess and then refer and common illness seen in minor area.

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The Journey Begins – Flourishing As An NHS Doctor

Getting into Radiology Training Mar 14, 2019. Experience of Applying and obtaining a Higher Speciality Training / ST 3 post as an IMG in Medical Specilties May 7, 2018 In "All about Training". Posted on. Mar 30, 2018. Mar 30, 2018 Author.

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Flourishing As An NHS Doctor – Page 2 – Career And

Looking at the way the world works nowadays, we are moving towards “quick-fix” trend, whereby , the old school style of doing things the proper way has …

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By Speciality – Flourishing As An NHS Doctor

Posts about By Speciality written by drsyedmhassan. The best thing I like about working in A&E is a good mix of cases you see ranging from trauma (if the ED department is a trauma centre), acute medical and surgical conditions, orthopaedic emergencies (fractures), managing paediatric conditions, gynae cases to assess and then refer and common illness seen in minor area.

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International Medical Graduates In NHS & Why There Are So

Looking at the way the world works nowadays, we are moving towards "quick-fix" trend, whereby , the old school style of doing things the proper way has given way in favour of getting stuff done quickly. That's how it has been for the medical education and training, western countries have long realised that, bringing in…

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NHS Work Structure – Flourishing As An NHS Doctor

Posts about NHS Work structure written by drsyedmhassan. The best thing I like about working in A&E is a good mix of cases you see ranging from trauma (if the ED department is a trauma centre), acute medical and surgical conditions, orthopaedic emergencies (fractures), managing paediatric conditions, gynae cases to assess and then refer and common illness seen in minor area.

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NHS Junior Doctor Working Hours – What TCS 2016 Bring

Some bullet points about TCS 2016 , in addition, to the requirement for all trusts, to have an assigned role of guardian of working hours for junior doctor, are following: Max average of 48 hours work per week – Max weekly average across a rota reference period (up to 26 weeks). Max 72 hours work in any 7 consecutive calendar.

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Working In NHS As A Doctor – Flourishing As An NHS Doctor

During my interview the main focus was on three things First thing was commitment to specialty second thing was a clinical scenario along with relevant communication skills and third thing was the research article you need to present along with a ethical scenario. The Interview was very rapid three stations of 10 minute each and 5 minutes in

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IMGs Work Experience In Acute Medicine (AMU) – Flourishing

IMGs work experience in Acute Medicine (AMU) Acute Medicine is a specialty concerned with the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of adult patients with urgent medical needs. Acute Medicine is distinct from Emergency Medicine (A&E), although specialist acute physicians often work in close collaboration with specialists in Emergency Medicine.

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2.Surgical courses: 1 mark per course relevant to surgery and maximum 4 marks. During my year I had done. ALS and ATLS. BSS (Basic surgical skills course) Red dot radiology courses (Chest X-ray course and A&E survival course) EVD stimulation neurosurgery course locally and. a local start surgery related course from Pakistan not the RCS one.

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