Natalie, a foundation doctor gives her perspective of her rotation on Gastroenterology, the tasks involved and some of the challanges.
In this blog post, I aim to give an overview of what I do in a week as a junior doctor on general surgery. Day to day and week to week, things can vary hugely, but I’ll talk you through what my typical ward week would usually entail.
Final year is notoriously busy and can be immensely stressful. There are a lot of impressions about what the process involves, but I hope this article will help you have a clearer idea of the process and put you at ease. The whole process is not too complicated, but it can seem daunting for someone unfamiliar with the system. The UK Foundation Programme Office (UKFPO) has kindly made resources available on their website to help with the process, and I will be regularly referring to it.
This is the revision method I used to come top of my year in my medical school finals exams. This does not suit everyone, so just use it as a guide.
Are you thinking about applying for psychiatry training? Whether you intend to apply this year or want to get a head start for the future, you can really boost your application with careful preparation. Here is my guide to Psychiatry CT1 applications (2021-22).
Charlie, currently a foundation doctor in Liverpool, shares her thoughts on the O&G application process, who could apply and best ways of preparing for it.
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