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  • Which Specialty Makes The Happiest Doctors?

    • 12 Aug 2022

    Are doctors happy? Do doctors have free time? Different types of doctors you come across during medical school or foundation programme will have different opinions on this matter; some will tell you the life of a doctor is riddled with stress and suggest dropping out while you still can, whereas others may say they cannot think of a more fulfilling career.

  • A Guide To IMG Applications For Specialty Training in the UK

    • 11 Aug 2022

    Helpful note on UK terminology: unlike in many countries (such as the US) ‘residency’ and ‘resident’ do not refer to that stage in a doctor’s career during which they train in a specialty.

  • How Doctor Specialty Training (Residency) Works in the UK

    • 11 Aug 2022

    Specialty training is the final stage of becoming a fully qualified doctor in the UK. It allows doctors to acquire expertise in a specialist area of medicine or in general practice. This component of the medical career path commences after the attainment of an MBChB from medical school and two years of foundation training. Specialty training is the equivalent of what is termed residency in some other countries.

  • How Much Do UK Based Doctors In Specialty Training (in Residency) Earn?

    • 11 Aug 2022

    We don’t like to say it, but we are still allowed to still think it- how much do doctors actually earn? Over the years the advice from adults we deem to be wiser than ourselves is transforming from ‘You want to be rich? Study medicine’ to ‘You want to be rich? Study computer science’... 

  • A Guide to the Multi-Specialty Recruitment Assessment (MSRA)

    • 11 Aug 2022

    The Multi-Specialty Recruitment Assessment (MSRA) is a single computer-based exam comprising a Professional Dilemmas (PD) paper and a Clinical Problem Solving (CPS) paper.