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Old 26-10-2021, 02:03 PM
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Would like some advice from seniors, do residents get retained if they do badly in their yearly ite exam, assuming they have passed all their other clinical postings?
When I mean badly I mean either fail or no improvement from last year.

I just completed my ite not long ago and I think I will do badly....just wondering how important/how much emphasis is placed on ite exam?
Dont worry. No emphasis are being places on ite.

But intermediate exam like mrcp, mrcs, mmed matters.
-coz it delay progression to sr
And final exit exam also matters.
-coz it delay progression to ac

Ite is just mcq click click click

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Old 27-10-2021, 11:34 AM
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Too busy rounding to post a lengthy reply but suffice to say you need to take what you read online with a pinch of salt, with the hard push for FM these days from the top so many MOH recruiters have been instructed to tell gullible med students stories of entry level polyclinic doctors with the easy life making 200k a year, only because they need cannon fodder to staff the covid frontlines. Unrealistically high pay + non-specialised work = easy replacement by FTs whereas specialists are not.
I'm not a polyclinic doctor but my classmates who make way less than me are and they can attest to a different reality than what's posted by these MOH recruiters.
What’s your pay vs your classmates pay?



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Old 27-10-2021, 11:49 AM
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What’s your pay vs your classmates pay?
lol. he is a troll la.
what MOH recruiters...need recruiters for f. plus any doctor will use mohh and not MOH.
every year got 600 local students bonded to work and 200 more from overseas desperate to return to work. they restrict specialist spots to 40 percent and someone say there's a blue print somehwere to restrict it to 30 percent.
FM will always draw pple attracted to it for the lifestyle or when they can't get into anything else after a while.

what a effing troll. still pretend u need to round. ahah. dude, mohh use policy , no need recruiters.

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Old 30-10-2021, 01:17 PM
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Is this ex-SAF General the reason Why MoH's Home Recovery Programme So Cui huh?

Home Recovery Programme means covid later spread to family and relatives how?

s://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/threads/unique-sg-meritocracy-work-is-this-saf-general-the-leeason-why-mohs-home-recovery-programme-so-cui-huh.6631873/
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Old 30-10-2021, 02:32 PM
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Is this ex-SAF General the reason Why MoH's Home Recovery Programme So Cui huh?

Home Recovery Programme means covid later spread to family and relatives how?

s://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/threads/unique-sg-meritocracy-work-is-this-saf-general-the-leeason-why-mohs-home-recovery-programme-so-cui-huh.6631873/

Home recovery program works. Covid in vaccinated ppl are mild.
No need to waste hosp or ccf space.
Further more home recovery program will let family be exposed to low dose viral load, increasing immune system of family members

We are at the last phase of transition phase.
Have a bit more faith.
Almost there alr.
Like last lap of a 2.4km run.

Endemicity and herd immunity (both vaccine or acquired) are closeby

The govt approach is correct.
I foresee when this is over, all the naysayers would have shot themselves in the feet.

We should stop all those ivermectin and anti vaxxer.

Our course is right. Our cause is just.

We must protect our people, our economy, our psychological health.
Not just the daily death counts which is negligible compared to cvd, stroke, cancer, non covid pneumonia.
This is what family medicine is about.

Look at the big picture. Don't miss the forest for the trees.
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Not sure if you all realize, there has been a pay cut for specialist in the public sector
It is nt a good time to be a specialist. GP/FP better
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Not sure if you all realize, there has been a pay cut for specialist in the public sector
It is nt a good time to be a specialist. GP/FP better
Kindly elaborate. Cut by how much to how much?
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Not sure if you all realize, there has been a pay cut for specialist in the public sector
It is nt a good time to be a specialist. GP/FP better
dun worry, fp will be next. thank you mohh for cutting the pay of those fighting your fires on the covid frontlines. any hr admin recruiting here pls feedback to your bosses.

meanwhile mohh senior execs and our political leaders get higher pays and bonuses for a job well done on the back of our sweat and tears.
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dun worry, fp will be next. thank you mohh for cutting the pay of those fighting your fires on the covid frontlines. any hr admin recruiting here pls feedback to your bosses.

meanwhile mohh senior execs and our political leaders get higher pays and bonuses for a job well done on the back of our sweat and tears.
Don't worry. HR will fulfil CECA agreement.
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What do people think of the hospital clinician scheme in general? (No trolls plz)
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