Thursday, June 13, 2024

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Making the best of it in Sierra Leone

FY2 Dr Mikey Bryant is in Sierra Leone with healthcare charity Mercy Ships. He has been volunteering in a children’s clinic for a year...
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Setting up a national workshop as an anaesthetic trainee

It is essential for senior trainees to demonstrate their abilities at leadership and management in order to obtain a Certificate of Completion of Training...

Junior doctors reporting low morale

Doctors are reporting low morale amid rising work demands and the ongoing financial squeeze affecting clinical care, a BMA survey reveals. More than 40...

Ipswich Hospital

Extensive seating areas, including sofas and a dining area. Kitchen stocked with unlimited cereal, toast, biscuits and squash. Two hospital computers in a computer...
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148 new doctors affected by “unacceptable” failures of UKFPO

Doctor and medical student leaders’ have called for immediate support for the 148 medical students who have had their first scheduled job suddenly changed...

Junior docs today more likely to work closer to home

Today’s generation of junior doctors are more likely than older generations to train and work in the same region as their home, according to...

News in Brief

Half of older GPs plan to quit More than half (54.1%) of all GPs aged 50 and over plan to quit within five years,...


New Zealand

The South Island of New Zealand is an adventurer’s playground showcasing the best that nature has to offer, with towering Alps, majestic fjords and...
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