Life becomes invaluable when you are a citizen of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. And why not?! When our own so called ‘protectors’ can very conveniently kill us then it’s no wonder that a Pakistani life is not worth much to foreign officials including the police of Kenya.
Author Archives: Farkhanda
BST Interview – Prep guide
This year, many IMGs – international medical graduates – have been shortlisted for BST – Basic specialty training interview in different specialties. I know this because many such candidates have contacted me for interview guidance. Therefore, I decided to write this blog to help everyone. But, before you read any further, I’d advise you toContinue reading “BST Interview – Prep guide”
GP training interview: What to expect and how to prepare?
First of all, congratulations to all those who got shortlisted for the interviews for GP training by ICGP – Irish college of general practitioners! The good news is that if you’ve made it so far then you only need to work a little harder and in the right direction and you’ll get through! However, theContinue reading “GP training interview: What to expect and how to prepare?”
Ireland GP training – Application process
What is a GP? As per google, a general practitioner (GP) is a “doctor based in the community who treats patients with minor or chronic illnesses and refers those with serious conditions to a hospital.” I explained this for my Pakistani counterparts who often wonder what a GP is because there is no such conceptContinue reading “Ireland GP training – Application process”
The 10th Blog Anniversary – Top 10 posts
A burning soul with an ambition to change the world! That’s why I started this blog. Over the course of the past 10 years, I’ve written about social responsibility; motivational sessions and the lessons I learnt from them; fictional stories with a moral undertone; satirical or emotional account of events; book reviews; my opinion aboutContinue reading “The 10th Blog Anniversary – Top 10 posts”