BMJ Careers

BMJ Careers

The British Medical Journal’s website ( which posts job advertisements for doctors and other health professionals primarily in the UK.

BMJ Careers posts based on:

Registrar to consultant and anything in between.

General medical jobs, GP and PCT jobs, hospital jobs, international medical jobs.

Work pattern
Locums or substantive, part time or full time.
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Eedy, "The crisis in dermatology," BMJ Careers, vol.
Finch, "Howto succeed in the ST3 dermatology application," BMJ Careers, vol.
(ii) Gibbons a, Bryant D, Followership: the forgotten part of doctors' leadership, BMJ Careers, 19, Oct.
Elton, "BMJ Careers," view-article.html?id=20000421.
According to the Independent, Black doctors were the least likely to secure consultant, specialist or trust doctor roles in 2012, according to the BMJ Careers journal.
The BMJ Careers investigation found only 4.8 percent of applicants to senior doctor roles from ethnic minority backgrounds were successful in 2012, the report added.
BMJ careers 2009
David Mahon, a surgeon working in Musgrove Park NHS hospital in Taunton, told BMJ Careers that the South West deanery was facing a 14 per cent reduction in the budget for trainees.
But new BMA research shows the number of SHO jobs advertised in BMJ Careers ( the main source of such adverts ( fell by 50% between May 2002 and May 2005.
Dr Rhona MacDonald, editor of BMJ Careers, called for severe penalties to be imposed on NHS trusts which flouted health and safety regulations.