Job Interview tips for doctors

Over the past year, I have been successful in 5 out of 8 job interviews in Ireland. All this experience has taught me a few tips and tricks which I would be sharing with you today. Prepare well: First of all, my advice is to prepare well for the interview. No matter, how many yearsContinue reading “Job Interview tips for doctors”

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Job Hunt in Ireland for Doctors

Aspirants to the Irish world: Is it easy to get a job in Ireland? Me: Yes, if you’re a good enough candidate. And in order to be a good candidate, you need to have the following: Clinical experience Foreign exams Research experience (not necessary but would definitely increase the chances) Good interview skills Under theContinue reading “Job Hunt in Ireland for Doctors”

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IMC Registration – My experience

For a detailed guidance about the process of IMC – Irish Medical Council Registration, check out my previous blog here: https://magicwithmedicine.wordpress.com/2021/07/16/imc-registration/ Today, I will discuss my experience with IMC registration which was very long and painful. Partly due to my own laziness and partly due to the world circumstances with the COVID pandemic. I startedContinue reading “IMC Registration – My experience”

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IMC Registration

Whereas the pathway to post graduate medical education and training in most countries of the world traverses through a myriad of entrance exams, Ireland stands out by simplifying the process for some selected countries. For Ireland, all you need is IMC – Irish Medical Council Registration and you are eligible to apply for training andContinue reading “IMC Registration”

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Frequently Asked Questions

Thank you for your tremendous response to my last two blogs on training in Ireland. The blog statistics boomed to a whole new level receiving more than 7000 views in the past 2 weeks! Everyone appreciated the guidance articles via comments and messages. I also received more than 50 messages on Facebook Messenger asking forContinue reading “Frequently Asked Questions”

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