How about a move to the 'second best place to live' in the UK for your GP training?
Have a look at the Remote and Rural Track rotations for your chance to move to these beautiful and historic islands...
Thinking about the humanities and medicine today whilst planning out the next part of the GP Trainees' Day Release Education Programme.
This William Shakespeare poem really sums up our patient's journey through life. A journey which, as GPs, we are privileged to accompany them on - from cradle 'the infant, mewing and puking in the nurse's arms' to grave 'sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything'. https://allpoetry.com/All-The-World's-A-Stage
Are you an FY2? Have you applied for GP training? Do you want to know more about the selection process?
If so, this session is for you!!
We are running an afternoon session to tell you more about what to expect at the Stage 3 Selection Centre of GP Recruitment. This will be a fun interactive session where you will get the opportunity to do some hands-on practice in a safe and supportive environment. The session will include a mock paper and a number of clinical scenarios.
The session is facilitated by GP Advisors from the local Deanery Office who have experience of real life recruitment.
The session will be held in Tutorial Room 4, MacGillivray Centre (within Aberdeen Maternity Hospital) on Wednesday 18th January from 2-4.30pm.