Your First Day on the Job

Your First Day on the Job

Congratulations! Your journey to the UK has finally gotten you to where you've been waiting to be- employed as a doctor in a UK hospital. 

Understandably, you must be very nervous. Perhaps you've been out of clinical practice for a long period of time, or you're unsure about how the environment will be, or just what is expected of you. Never fear, we will walk you through what you can generally expect.

Relax...

First of all, stay calm and relax. You know exactly what you're doing, and the great thing is, the people you're working with are going to be extremely supportive and helpful. If you go through a formal induction by your trust, everything will be made clear as what is expected of you. 

Don't be afraid to ask questions (never think anything is silly!), and make sure you are clear about any confusion you may have.

Be prepared

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nikhilmehra
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nikhilmehra

I am asking this for a friend. Can a color blind doctor work in uk in clinical specialities like medicine or Paediatrics at a middle level grade?
Thanks.

Jimmy Gtre
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Jimmy Gtre

are junior doctors FY2 – ST1 required to prescribe drugs?

Mohammad Forkan
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Mohammad Forkan

Excellent review, it should easy the tension at first day, thanks.

Sazzad Hossain
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Sazzad Hossain

I want to clarify something .let’s say I got a job as a non-training fy2 or ct1. A year has been passed but I didn’t/couldn’t get into any residency training post. So now what happens to my job?would I stay in the same non-training post for the same level the… Read more »

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