Internal Medicine Training: Planning Your Portfolio

Internal Medicine Training: Planning Your Portfolio

If you are planning to get into internal medicine training (IMT) then now is the best time to start thinking about your portfolio. When you decide on coming to work in the UK, you want to be able to plan out what your long term plans are so that you can focus on reaching that goal. As we both managed to do that within our first year in the NHS, we thought it best to layout a guideline for how you can too.

What is a portfolio?

Career portfolios are an organized presentation of an individual's education, work samples, and skills. They are more in-depth than a resume, which is used to summarize the above in one or two pages. It serves as proof of one's skills, abilities, and potential in the future.

So, basically a portfolio is a folder which contains some pieces of paper.

Planning for Internal Medicine Training (IMT) Portfolio

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Hello Nice video, clarified almost everything Wana ask if I provide the evidence of teaching in IMT portfolio in the form of feedback forms, how many should i include?? I have taught around 10-15 doctors or staff at a time every week for different topics, so how many feedback forms… Read more »

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Hi, amazing website, super helpful! Just one question, in the leadership section, I have examples in managerial roles on a teaching committee from helping teach medical students, organising teachers to run sessions and planning the syllabus for tuition and running mock exams, so it was more of a managerial/leadership role… Read more »


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