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|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by drtee247(m): 1:08am On Jun 06|
Hello doctors, I Just passed out from NYSC last month and patching with a private hospital. I just got a hint of a vacancy for post NYSC doctor who wants to do MSC in any of the pre clinical courses and with full employment included to lecture at a state university. Though I have not tot much about teaching line. I want to know what you guys think about doctors entering into the academic field, Especially the advantage of a medical doctor being a lecturer
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by vitaminA: 3:28am On Jun 06|
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by Mark23(m): 1:53pm On Jun 07|
Please I would like to get your Twitter handle or your email so I can reach out to you... Thanks
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by JustHere2Observ(f): 9:06am On Jun 11|
Hello, I need information on how to practice as a doctor in the USA. My husband is a consultant cardiologist and he has a US green card. Is there any pathway for fellows to take other than the usmle and residency? And also can anyone give suggestions on jobs that can be done pending USMLE. Thanks
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by jessyb: 10:19am On Jun 11|
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|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by organism3(m): 1:25pm On Jun 11|
please house what's your take about going to medical school at 31 yrs of age?
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by Mark23(m): 4:32pm On Jun 11|
organism3:No age is too late, as long as you have the passion for it.
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by organism3(m): 9:52pm On Jun 11|
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by Sebij: 11:58am On Jun 12|
It's not worth it, I'm writing from experience. If you can find another clinical job, better for you, unless you want to combine lecturing with private practice. Being a full time lecturer in Nigeria is a No No.
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by tetralogyfallot(m): 1:42pm On Jun 12|
organism3:never too late, but be ready to face so much challenges and hurdles.
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by organism3(m): 3:05pm On Jun 12|
tetralogyfallot:pls tell me more.
pls help me drop ur whatsapp contact here I want to here from u. thks.
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by Johannan: 8:29pm On Jun 12|
organism3:like someone said above, your passion for it maters the most.
i know people who had started with me after 1st degree and just couldnt continue, However I there are even older guys who scaled through.
Their challenges were mostly financial pressures, stress, distractions.. and some very foolish thoughts like when you younger brother's mate percusses you on the round, or that your rate of assimilation is lower because of age, dont ever fall for that, just be humble.
You will have to be able to answer the question "why am I here? almost everyday and your answer must be definite and focused, which all boils down to purpose and passion.
Above all, having a good plan will help you, with your maturity you can well thrive under these forces, eat well, read well, sleep (when you can), and pray that the odds will always be in your favour.
I hope you chase your passion and purpose. Good luck.
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by maclawrence02(m): 8:33pm On Jun 12|
organism3:Good evening. Pls were you able to resolve your max 2 that refuse to boot to recovery mode?
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by Johannan: 9:32pm On Jun 12|
Please, Any update on this?.. sounds interesting.. but I believe things might have changed.
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by organism3(m): 8:04am On Jun 13|
Johannan:thk u sir
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by organism3(m): 8:06am On Jun 13|
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by Thegamingorca(m): 9:50am On Jun 13|
It's peaceful. But puts a blindfold on your true worth
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by Abuyunus93: 7:06pm On Jun 29|
Good evening Doctors
Thank you all for all you do. I have been following this thread for a while now and I must first thank you all.
I'm a 3rd year medical student in Nigeria. The issue bothering me right now is my olevel results. It is all C's. My question is will this credit parallel waec result affect me in anyway during housejob hunt and Residency in surgery?
Will it in any way reduce my chances in the above mentioned situation?
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by Emmaxy9(m): 7:08pm On Jun 29|
JustHere2Observ:Sorry if this is coming in late. Pertaining to your question, the US does not in any way see degrees gotten after MBBS as worthwhile.
No matter your husband's level of practice, he'll be required to take and pass the USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CK, Step 2 CS, and Step 3. Asides that, i don't think there's any other way.
I found this article, https://medicsdomain.com/usmle-for-nigerian-doctors/ which might be helpful in learning all about USMLE for Nigerian Doctors. Cheers
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by johnnywayne(m): 7:52pm On Jun 29|
I dont think so ,o level ends after admission ,instead work towards getting distinctions in courses like anatomy and surgery and the rest ,that's what counts after graduation.
I hope this was able to help.
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by DBestDoc(f): 8:26pm On Jun 29|
You should totally go for it if that's what you want. I had quite a number of classmates that were in their 40s in medical school and one close friends of mine was 30 when we started.
You alone can stop yourself.
All the best!
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by organism3(m): 11:24pm On Jun 29|
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by BarristerAlarig: 5:58am On Jul 10|
Please, treat as Urgent.
I am considering studying for another bachelor's degree in Dentistry. I would be applying for DMD programs in Europe, most likely, Romania, Hungary or similar EU countries due to Degree recognition in other EU/Western/Nothern European countries.
I was initially interested in medical school and pursuing a Plastic Surgery Residency. But I don't really like medicine. I don't want to practice as a General Practitioner and the odour from the Vaginas of the average ~Nigeria~ girl (read girls ) would make anything OnG related hard for me. More over, everywhere I look, Getting into a Plastic Surgery Residency is very hard. If I don't get a spot, I am sure I won't enjoy medicine.
I choose dentistry after carefully researching the field. I wouldn't mind practising as a General dentist, but I would prefer specializing. I tried research the Residency requirement for ORAL AND MAXILLOFAXIAL SURGERY in Nigeria and I could not get any information.
Could someone please help?? Do I need just a Dental degree to become an omfs in Nigeria as it is done in Northern Europe and in some US programs??
Or would I also need a medical + dental degree like in the UK and everywhere else.
Thanks for your time.
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by Nobody: 1:18pm On Jul 12|
Honourable colleagues, good day.
I have Primary from West African College of Surgeons and in residency training.
I seek to understand in depth, the advantages of being a fellow of both West African and National Colleges of Surgeons. Pls what are they?
Because if there are no clear cut advantages pf being a fellow of both colleges, one will end up spending a lot more with little gains.
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by ChybuzzDD(m): 4:26pm On Jul 12|
In concrete terms, there's actually no advantage, except for bragging rights.
Occasionally, a hospital may request for holders of fellowship of a particular one just for accreditation purposes.
It's only one hospital in the east that has ever requested for holders of fellowship of both colleges.
But that too, was for accreditation purpose.
These days that people are eager to travel out, I don't see any need for going for both.
And, if you decide to go for one, choose West Africa.
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by Emmaxy9(m): 4:41pm On Aug 05|
The future is now!
If you want to take your feet off this country then you must have heard about *Plab exam in Nigeria?*
Have you ever heard about plab and you’ve been wondering what Plab is all about.
No knowledge is wasted, you know.
According to gmc, Plab will be replaced by UKMLA in 2024.
⚙️ But what is plab?
⚙️ What is ukmla?
⚙️ What’s Plab all about?
Take this little time to have a brief overview about the professional exam called Plab.
Read on to know how much it costs in Naira, how the exam is so you’ll start preparing, where the exams are being written and many more super fantastic things to learn about plab.
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by fetxtra: 9:10am On Aug 09|
A MALE medical doctor with minimum of 2-3years post NYSC experience is needed urgently at a Hospital in Arepo along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway Ogun state. Just about 5-10minutes drive from berger, Lagos.
Candidates living around Berger,Opic, Arepo, Ibafo, Mowe will be an added advantage. Though any location can apply.
Apply by sending your CV to; firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by warlei(m): 6:08pm On Aug 09|
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by HumanCalc: 7:58pm On Aug 14|
I should not even be here. Lol. I don't have the qualifications yet but I am a highly ambitious guy with plans in place and I have been thinking about UK PLAB route after reading this whole thread from 1 - 62 and several Google searches and I would really like to go there when I finish medical school. But my problem is this:
Based on what bosses here have said and even people quora too, as a Nigerian Doctor going to UK, getting a residency placement is hardddd. Very harrdd and I have come to understand that many won't get it and it will probably be best to have Plan B. I understand with GMC license, I can work and earn decently even as a locum as you guys have said but can one do this for life? What are the positions open to one or options if one doesn't get into residency. Non training Doctors in UK, apart from making money, what have you guys been doing or plan on doing for career furthering? Also, is residency a must to make it in medicine abroad? I want residency but I want to have solid Plan B in case I don't get in as this doesn't depend on me but on UK itself. I would have gone for USMLE but I can't make money without getting matched into residency and I will be sponsoring myself. Just chip in what you think. Sorry this is long. I am still learning to squeeze few points into smaller space.
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by Penboy: 9:02pm On Aug 14|
Which level are you in med school?
|Re: Medical Doctors' Forum: Let Us Know You! by HumanCalc: 9:19pm On Aug 14|
Penboy:No vex, like I said, I am usually overly curious. I am just getting ready to enter med school but I am just used to thinking ahead for my goals in life. I asked this to satisfy my curiosity as I always known about UK and plab long before I even decided to write exam for med school. This is just for me to set myself on a path and know what is waiting on ground for me.
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