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Psychiatry Interview Questions and Experience
by luckyme - 27731 reads, based on 10 votes
Hello Everyone, I just had my first interview and got selected. these are the questions asked, this was an interview for Psychiatry post. 2 interview panels interviewed separately, each panel had 2 consultants and 1 SPR.... More

Realistic Career Path In The UK
by dsp - 8000 reads, based on 14 votes
What is the realistic career path in the uk? epecially for a fresh graduate? The truth is stagnation at middle levels. Remember that becoming an sho is not the first step in a ladder, it is the first step in a pyramid.... More

Real job situation in UK and clarifications of some myths
by rejy - 12938 reads, based on 47 votes
The real situation in UK has both a long term and short term prospects. I will try to discuss all these in this article. SHORT TERM PROSPECTS ------------------------------------ In the short term, PLAB is currently easy and cheaper to pass but jobs are difficult. In my personal opinion feel passing PLAB in itself opens up a lot of vistas. Indians are a funny lot in this country. Once on the other side of the fence they try and prevent people coming into UK by misinformation. If we look at the historical aspects of medical immigration into UK, in the 70s those who came got into posts which many local doctors didn’t want to join. That translated into less competition .ie. Psychiatry, Eld... More

PLIGHT OF YOUNG INDIAN DOCTORS IN UK
by Indian Doctors - 33504 reads, based on 103 votes
Life is precious. Every person has a genuine interest in excelling in their career and to secure a promising future. There is nothing different about the medical professional too, as they are constantly looking forward for a better future, as other professionals in India. The career overseas, especially UK looks promising for many to start with. Even if they have genuine interests in acquiring expertise in their fields and making good fortune to return home for survival, since the prevailing condition in India in most of the doctors’ opinion, is not conducive for a head start. As you all are aware, that securing a postgraduate seat in spite of all odds in renowned medical colleges is almost ... More

NHS ‘Exploiting Overseas Doctors’
by RxPG - 3055 reads, 0 votes
By Lyndsay Moss, Health Correspondent, PA News Overseas doctors are being exploited by the NHS with misleading job titles which they believe to be training positions, researchers claimed today. An analysis of job advertisements found that almost a quarter of non-consultant doctors in the UK were being recruited to posts that did not conform to recognised NHS grades. ... More


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