housemanship

housemanship

The state of being a houseman—a junior doctor training in a hospital post—usually understood to mean the first two years of training in health systems that follow the British system of post-graduate medical education.
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An indigene of Nasarawa State, he did his housemanship at Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, Kaduna.
To ensure that such abortions are performed safely, the government should promote training in the provision of safe abortion services at medical schools, during housemanship (postqualification training for young doctors, usually during their first two years) and during internships for medical students and personnel.
She completed her housemanship at Baragwanath Hospital and was then invited to take up a registrar post at the Radcliffe Infirmary in Oxford, UK.
The Study Subjects included, (i) Medical students (n=116) after the end of their one and half year of pharmacology training; and (ii) New Interns (n =117) who had recently graduated and about to begin their housemanship.
Experience gained during internship or housemanship or exposure to a specialty encourages the individual to choose a particular field.
at the University of the Witwatersrand in 1957 and after his housemanship proceeded to the UK, as was the custom at that time, to obtain the F.
Like medical doctors will do housemanship after their six years programme, we are thinking that for teaching to be a profession we all desire, there should also be a one-year internship programme to train would-be teachers the principles and practice of education,' he said.
The exclusive medical equipment with the potential to save millions of lives across the globe, is the concept of the CEO of LigandCorp, Dayo Olakulehin, who in 2012, amid his housemanship at the LUTH, had a thought and idea for a medical device that might latent save millions everywhere.
He served his housemanship at King Edward VIII Hospital and then became a registrar at Addington Hospital, where I first met him.
After his housemanship he proceeded to the UK to gain the FRCS.
Des did his housemanship year at Sir Henry Elliot hospital in Umtata in 1950.
Upon graduating, Zimbabweans also have a 2-year compulsory housemanship and a 1-year 'district posting' (equivalent to South Africa's community service).