Hi, my name is Essy, and I am a CTF in Bristol. My GP rotation was during my F2 year, and it was one of my toughest but most satisfying placements.
Hiya, my name is Essy, and I am a CTF in Bristol. My O+G job was one of my favourite specialities during my F2 year. Here’s my guide to what you might expect from the job!
Everyone is expected to do a variety of medical, community and surgical rotations. I enjoyed cardiology throughout medical school and prioritised it as one of my top picks. I will discuss the kind of tasks involved, some of the good points about the job and some of the more challenging parts of it.
Grace is a fourth-year medical student at Queen’s University, Belfast. In this article, she writes about her intercalated MSc degree in Clinical Anatomy.
Natalie, a foundation doctor gives her perspective of her rotation on Respiratory, the tasks involved and some of the challanges.
Kav has been a teaching fellow for the last seven months. He secured an offer for four different teaching jobs last year. He describes how he prepared for these job interviews and the questions you should prepare prior to the interview.
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