Announcement: GP Training Applications & Retraining

This announcement is posted on behalf of Health Education England The 2nd recruitment round for GP training opens on 30th July 2019, for roles starting in February 2020. Whether you’d be applying for the first time into specialty training, or are considering re-training as a GP, we will have all the answers you need to … Continue reading Announcement: GP Training Applications & Retraining...

The World Cup of Medical Specialties 2019

For the first time, we are hosting the ultimate showdown to celebrate the launch of Messly Jobs, the UK’s largest doctor job site, with over 1500 jobs and more than 100 added daily. 64 sub-specialties against each other. Only 1 specialty will b...

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Announcement: GP Training Applications & Retraining

This announcement is posted on behalf of Health Education England The 2nd recruitment round for GP training opens on 30th July 2019, for roles starting in February 2020. Whether you’d be applying for the first time into specialty training, or a...

The World Cup of Medical Specialties 2019

For the first time, we are hosting the ultimate showdown to celebrate the launch of Messly Jobs, the UK’s largest doctor job site, with over 1500 jobs and more than 100 added daily. 64 sub-specialties against each other. Only 1 specialty will b...

A Guide to the ARCP & GMC Revalidation

The ARCP (Annual Review of Competency Progression) is a requirement for all doctors in training. It confirms that junior doctors meet requirements to continue with their training, ensures patient safety, and is a mechanism by which doctors revalidate...

Agency vs Bank Locuming – Which is better?

So, you want to work as a locum doctor. There are two ways of going about this – working with a Trust Bank or with a Locum Agency. The work opportunities provided by an Agency and a Bank similar. The key differences from a doctor’s perspe...

Negotiating your Salary as a Doctor

You might not realise, but as a doctor you are in a position to negotiate your salary, as well as other factors such as your rota, on call hours, CPD, and holiday time. When applying for a job, roles will have a salary range, sometimes with tens of t...

Working in the UK as an International Doctor (IMG)

What are the steps you need to complete to work in the UK? Here are the options available to work or train as an international medical graduate (IMG). What steps do I need to take? On average, this is a 15 month process. We’ve outlined each ste...

Your F3 & SHO Options explained

You are reaching the end of your Foundation Training. What next? We have put together all your options. This includes staying in the UK or going abroad, for all clinical jobs (patient contact). If you are considering an F3 year – check out our ...

How to write your Medical CV with Templates to help

The CV (Curriculum Vitae) is essential for all doctors at any grade or specialty. The CV is your first impression and can open doors for you. Your CV will be read by the senior consultants in the team you’re applying to, most likely the Clinica...

Swap Policies for UK Foundation Schools 2019

We’ve collected the foundation programmes swap policies for each Foundation School in the UK, where this information was available. Under exceptional circumstances, there is always flexibility to swap, but this is decided on a case by case basi...