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Fellowship Session at the Section of BAUS Oncology Meeting in December 2021

BSoT Executive Committee members, Miss Sarika Nalagatla and Mr Peter Grice presented a session called “How To Arrange Fruitful Fellowship Training for UK Trainees” at the Section of Oncology Annual meeting in December 2021.

Speakers:

  • Mr Arjun Nambiar,  Freeman Hospital, Newcastle
  • Mr James Adshead, Lister Hospital, Stevenage

These surgeons shared experiences from their fellowships:

  • Marcus Cumberbatch, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield
  • June Tay, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge
  • Nick Campain, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital
  • Taimur Shah, Imperial College London

Click here to see the presentation.

 


Advice for Non-UK Medical Graduates

The BMA can help International Medical Graduates (IMGs) who are applying for a UK fellowship, whether you're looking to make the move to come to the UK or are just starting out in your new job ... click here to view this information from the BMA
All doctors applying to work in the UK must have registration with a licence to practise medicine and undertake activities restricted to doctors by law, such as writing prescriptions and signing death certificates ... click here to view this information from NHS Employers

This guide explains how to apply for full GMC registration with a licence to practise. You are eligible for this if you graduated from a medical school outside the UK or Switzerland, have passed both parts of the PLAB test within the past two years and have completed an internship ... click here to view this information from the GMC

The infographic below (first published in Aug 2017) shows the pathway for non-UK doctors who apply for a UK post. The scheme, administered by the RCSEd, helps non-UK doctors to obtain registration with the General Medical Council (GMC) without taking the PLAB test, and to get sponsorship under the Department of Health's Medical Training Initiative. Further information for International Medical Graduates, from the Royal College of Surgeons, can be found here.

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Further fellowship topics

  • Fellowship presentation from BAUS Section of Oncology Annual Meeting in December 2021.  View here