This is actually a really smart question. In the U.S. (even though attending physicians/surgeons run the team), it really is the residents that do the day-to-day teaching on rounds. If they are good, you get a great education. I'm interviewing for residency positions right now and, believe me, the quality of the residents really does influence you.i would love to know what is like to undergo speciliality training in the UK?
what about surgery ?do the attendings teach u ? do they enjoy passing their knowledge to the next generation?
thanks a lot !
I would like to know for a non-EU citizen who graduated from an european university from the EU nation, what is the realistic chance of getting a specialist training position either in Ireland or in UK ? And how does it work ?
Hi after getting my plab and registering thru the GMC council for uk residency, how can I proceed? Which hospitals I the UK r considered a good training place for internal medicine residents? Where an I find the ranking of teaching hospitals on the UK ?