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Today 03:54 AM
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What are your qualifications? We are oversaturated with doctors already. As you know even as a local there is no preference for you over a foreign doctor.
i guess certain specialties in sg would always need more consultants? maybe geriatrics?
Today 03:51 AM
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Currently mopex in gs. Feeling really tired and burnt out. However was wondering if it worth approaching for help? I am not sure what can be done given that most of us can't afford to take no pay leave anyway (due to financial reason, student loan etc)
what sort of help are you looking for? counselling? can you do it privately and in silence?
Today 03:50 AM
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Any UK doctors here? Can advice if consultant in UK has banding as well? So 40-50% more compared to basis pay?
are you a doctor in the uk who is going to be a consultant soon? if not, no point asking
Yesterday 10:12 PM
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Currently mopex in gs. Feeling really tired and burnt out. However was wondering if it worth approaching for help? I am not sure what can be done given that most of us can't afford to take no pay leave anyway (due to financial reason, student loan etc)
If you do ask for help it will not be viewed favorably when it comes to your future career. Try your best to cope without them knowing.
Yesterday 08:35 PM
Unregistered Currently mopex in gs. Feeling really tired and burnt out. However was wondering if it worth approaching for help? I am not sure what can be done given that most of us can't afford to take no pay leave anyway (due to financial reason, student loan etc)
Yesterday 07:29 AM
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I am a foreign graduate looking to return to SG after completing my residency training. What would be the best way to approach my job search? Should I reach out to department heads directly?
What are your qualifications? We are oversaturated with doctors already. As you know even as a local there is no preference for you over a foreign doctor.
Yesterday 03:01 AM
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Yesterday 12:02 AM
Unregistered I am a foreign graduate looking to return to SG after completing my residency training. What would be the best way to approach my job search? Should I reach out to department heads directly?
20-09-2021 02:50 PM
Unregistered Any UK doctors here? Can advice if consultant in UK has banding as well? So 40-50% more compared to basis pay?
20-09-2021 01:08 AM
Unregistered Lol been reading replies about the job switch thing.
Tbh I just wanna say, I think u should post in a allied health forum la.
A doctors job scope is v diff from allied health in terms of hours, responsibilities, expectation etc. we arenít the best ppl to advice
But like some of my colleagues pointed out, itís not a great place to be in surrounded by sick, suffering ppl at their worse (n thus also behaving at their worse, yelling at u, being demanding etc).
The way u described ur feelings towards ppl in icu just gives me the impression ur not tough enough for healthcare but of cos I could be wrong cos 1) donít need to be politically correct that all professions r respectable, the truth is allied health job is honestly piece of cake la compared to doctor so who knows mayeb u cna survive 2) I Hvent met u before so maybe I judged u wrong
At the end of the day look within urself n consider what everyone is saying here seriously. Also speak to allied health ppl who know it best. good luck
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