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A few questions about obtaining medical training in Ireland
Greetings, all! I have a few questions regarding obtaining medical training in Ireland... specifically higher specialty training. >> As of now, after talking with representatives/agents in the Irish Medical Council, the best I can do at this point is to apply for registration into the general registry. I am a Category 4 applicant - I did my medical schooling and postgraduate internship in a non-EU/EEA country - however, I completed my residency in internal medicine and fellowship training in critical/intensive care medicine in the US. They stated that applicants who do not have the equivalent or a Certificate of Ex...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - February 13, 2013 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: TerraCotta Tags: UK & Ireland Source Type: forums
PICU intensive care experience
Forum: Current Medical Students and Doctors Posted By: studyandplayhard Post Time: 05-02-2013 at 00:56 (Source: The Student Room)
Source: The Student Room - February 5, 2013 Category: Universities & Medical Training Source Type: forums
MD & DO low GPA, good ECs/experience
-cGPA: 3.38, sGPA 2.75--no MCAT as of yet, current semester's GPA was 3.78 -volunteered throughout undergrad at a free clinic every Saturday for 3-4 hours serving under and uninsured patients also coordinate service and secured a grant for the clinic -shadowing: intensive care unit 20 hours, pediatric ER 40 hours, primary care clinic 10 hours, respiratory and allergist specialist 5 hours -no research -volunteered as Hispanic clinic service coordinator (1 yr), at a local crisis nursery (30 hrs/yr), started school club to raise awareness regarding Hispanic immigrant issues, executive board position with school's pre-health h...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - February 2, 2013 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: mokf14 Tags: What Are My Chances? Source Type: forums
Access to Medicine Course help - please!
Hello! This is my first message on here and I was wondering whether anyone could advise me on a couple of questions I have? I have applied for an Access to Medicine course twice already, and unfortunately I did not get in. I am wanting to apply for a third time, and wanted to know whether taking an Anataomy and Physiology course (from home) could help? Or whether a biology course or anything else would be advantageous? Background info -I am 23. I have no previous experience in a clinical setting which is why I believe I did not get in to the course previously. I have however, cared for my partner for the last 2 years a...
Source: New Media Medicine - September 12, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: MissNatalieEva Tags: Access to Medicine Source Type: forums
Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit
Forum: Health and Emergency Services Posted By: No Future Post Time: 27-07-2012 at 18:37 (Source: The Student Room)
Source: The Student Room - July 27, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Source Type: forums
No chemistry, medium UKCAT, financially challenged graduate seeking advice!
Hello all, Apologies I am aware there are many other confused souls posting similar threads, but I would hugely appreciate advice regarding my choices for application. Positives: 1st Class Hons Physiotherapy 2007 AAABb A-Level (Bio, Eng Lit, PE, Theatre Studies) Art = AS level. All A's GCSE. 4 years full time work in the NHS (mostly Intensive care) Negatives: No Chemistry UKCAT average 648 (not complaining but possibly just isn't enough) Partner and I living in London - he will struggle to find work outside of London Cannot afford a 5 year course unless I win the lottery (which I am still hopeful of). The above (I thi...
Source: New Media Medicine - October 9, 2011 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: carla_lj Tags: Mature Students Source Type: forums
Neonatal Radiant warmers
Nice Neotech Medical Systems Pvt. Ltd., nice stands for 'Neonatal Intensive Care Equipments' amplifies the objectives of the organization. Nice neotech provides the infant care equipment and exports these health care equipments. The equipments range include Infant Open care system, Infant Incubator, Transport Incubator, Infant Radiant Warmers etc. Our main health care product equipments are Neonatal Transilluminator, Observation Trolley, Infant Radiant Warmers, Baby incubator, Neonatal Open Care Systems, CFL Phototherapy Manufacturer, LED Phototherapy, Resuscitation Warmer, NICU Accessories, Baby Weighi...
Source: Cystic Fibrosis Diagnosis Forum - September 20, 2011 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: niceneotech Source Type: forums
Access To Medicine - Does no one want me!?
Hello, I am getting a little bit frustrated and wondering if anyone can give me some advice and positivity! I am an intensive care nurse and I qualified in 2010 with an ordinary degree (BA) with distinction (I never sat an honours year, hence no classification). I was originally looking at the foundation year entry, but because I sat Advanced Higher Chemistry in 2002 I am not allowed to apply as I am overqualified. However I am not qualified ENOUGH for graduate entry medicine. SO, I am looking at Access To Medicine, in particular Brighton, West Anglia and Lambeth College. But, before getting all ready to app...
Source: New Media Medicine - August 6, 2011 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: AbbeyCat Tags: Access to Medicine Source Type: forums
MD & DO Do I have a chance this cycle?
Dear sdn, So I've been reading for a while now but this is my first post and I need your suggestions for applying to DO/MD I'm currently a junior studying biochemistry with a cGPA:3.35 and sGPA:3.1-3.2. Minors: Art, Biology, and Chemistry. I am a Missouri resident but go to school in south Florida. Extracurriculars: - Starting setter for the club volleyball team who placed 16th nationally (D1AA) in 2010 and won the silver bracket this past year 2011. - 1 year serving on my fraternity's judicial board - 2 years serving as fraternity's treasurer. - 1 year serving on University's Disciplinary Hearing Panel Shadowing-...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - April 26, 2011 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Canesmed Tags: What Are My Chances? Source Type: forums
My second chance :)
Hi all , I'm Shaun; i'm 22 years old and live in Spain. On the 11th on May 2010, after being in hospital for a month, the time finally came, and they had found a donor. After preparing me for surgery, they sent me down to the operating theatre... I woke up the next day in intensive care feeling pretty rough, but being able to breathe they kept me in intensive care for 9 days and then moved me up to the aisolation chamber wher I had to stay for a few weeks, but after a week I was up and down in the hospital Gym working out twice a day enjoying every moment being able to breathe. In total I had to stay under hospital superv...
Source: Cystic Fibrosis Transplants Forum - January 28, 2011 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: severusshaun Source Type: forums
My story, please help
Hi everyone, This is a long post, sorry for that. I have not had the straightest path to this moment where I have finally decided to post this. I first became a member on this forum in 2003,as a 25 year old... and i thought i was old then!! After reading for years on this site, here I am again, this time actually wishing to introduce myself again: so hello everyone! I am now a 33 year old Optometrist married with a beautiful one year old boy, but a very discontented mind. Please have a read of my situation, I would really appreciate advice from mums who may be able to offer some advice. I applied in 2009 but frustra...
Source: New Media Medicine - January 2, 2011 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: grub Tags: Mature Students Source Type: forums
Which Biology course should I take? Nurse working towards med school.
Hello everyone I am 23 currently a Registered Nurse of two years employed in the Medical Intensive Care Unit of a Mid-Sized hospital. After much thought, I have decided I want to take the long journey to become a Doctor. I have my BSN and a GPA of 3.85 with a Honors Degree. Currently I need to go back to school as a post bachelors and take some med school pre requisites to start my path to med school. Besides the gen eds and your typical nursing courses I have taken chemistry, statistics, anatomy and physiology for a full year, biorganic chemistry, pathophysiology, and microbiology. So for med school I need to take 2 physi...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - November 1, 2010 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Daveo7 Tags: Nontraditional Students Source Type: forums