General surgery jobs

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Courses you may be interested in

  • MSc/PGDip/PGCert in Aesthetic Medicine

    • Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
    • United Kingdom, England, London, Central London, East London

    Study on the first Aesthetic Medicine Masters programme of its kind within the UK. The course has been developed by leading aestheticians specifically for practicing clinicians....

  • Arora National IMG Conference

    • Arora Medical Education

    A free conference for IMGs to learn from top IMG leaders and experts on how to how to work in the UK and maximise your chances of success in the NHS.

  • Essential Surgical Skills and Principles for Aspiring Surgeons (ESSPAS)

    • Doctors Academy
    • United Kingdom, Wales, South East Wales

    This one-day course is aimed at providing the attendee with an overview of the essential principles, core concepts and fundamental skills relevant for foundation years and early...

  • MSc in Healthcare Leadership

    • University of Hull
    • United Kingdom, England, Yorkshire and Humber, East Yorkshire

    The University of Hull’s online, part-time MSc in Healthcare Leadership is specially designed to fit into busy schedules. With the flexibility provide

  • Cardiff MRCS Course: Surgical Anatomy, Surgical Pathology & Applied Surgical Sciences for MRCS OSCE

    • Doctors Academy
    • United Kingdom, Wales, South East Wales

    This two-day intensive course is specifically designed for candidates appearing for the MRCS exam in July 2021. The course is suitable for candidates who have done adequate prio...