GP registrar

GP registrar

A junior doctor training in a GP's surgery under the supervision of an approved GP trainer. The GP registrar year is the last year of a 5-year training period to become a GP in the UK.
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So if you get an appointment with a GP registrar, show them a bit of North-east welcome and it's very likely they'll stay a north-east GP for years to come.
Dr Oluwaseun Abiola Odu, a GP registrar, explains, 'sadly, I don't keep the complaints in my head, but what I can tell you is that there are no weird complaints.
Its Pacific Health clinic has 2000 patients enrolled and is staffed by Etu Pasifika's clinical director Brandon Rickards, a GP registrar and Lokeni.
Junior doctors were two rural relievers, two GP registrars working as primary house officers, one non-hospital based GP registrar, and six provisional fellows.
Dr Sujata Allan, a Sydney-based GP registrar and a member of Doctors for the Environment Australia, says that although Australia has national standards to regulate maximum levels of air pollution, "there is no safe limit for particle pollution".
Dr Bea Bakshi, a GP registrar in north-west London, told GP Online: "If that means GPs have to be put into a position where they have to stand up for themselves, I would support that."
I had to complete 6 months as a GP registrar and pass a summative assessment before becoming eligible for the Certificate of Equivalent Experience entitling me to work as a GP in Britain.
She plays the role of GP registrar in training, Dr Melody Bell, a scatty, highly strung, young doctor.
Megan, meanwhile, is slogging out her final year as a GP registrar and, after splitting with her boyfriend, is not about to let herself get pregnant.
Megan, meanwhile, is slogging out her final year as a GP registrar and, after a painful split with her boyfriend, is not about to let herself get pregnant.