Here’s what it takes…
Earn a medical degree and take the PLAB. Work on building out a CV/resume and begin applying to the Foundation Program.
Spend one year in a professional healthcare position. Gain real-world experience and improve patient communication skills. A long-term clinical experience may also fill this requirement.
Similar to U.S. residencies, the Foundation Program lasts two years and provides real-world experience with the National Health Service.
Following the foundation program enter a two-year general training program. Be a primary care provider!
Obtain specialty training with a run-through or uncoupled program. Provide healthcare in a more focused sector of medicine.
Complete 50 hours of Continuing Professional Development each year to keep a valid medical license. License renewal requires 2250 CPD credits and must be done every five years.
Earn a medical degree and take the PLAB. Build out a CV/resume and appky to the Foundation Program.
Gain real-world experience and improve patient communication skills with a year-long clinical experience or professional position in healthcare.
Enter a two-year general training program. Be a primary care provider!
Complete a run-through or uncoupled program and provide focused care.
Complete 50 hours of Continuing Professional Development annually to maintain a medical license.
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