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Yesterday 08:12 PM
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What are the differences between single-accredited IM, advanced IM, and now the new Hospital Clinician Scheme (with RPs being phased out)? Other than the former 2 being SAB accredited and having undergone formal residency training. HCS seems like the US hospitalist system but without the IM board certification. Why not consolidate all primary care programs into either an IM or FM residency like other countries?
which country has IM and FM combined?

usa got primary care geared im residency. that's about it.
Yesterday 06:36 PM
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What are the differences between single-accredited IM, advanced IM, and now the new Hospital Clinician Scheme (with RPs being phased out)? Other than the former 2 being SAB accredited and having undergone formal residency training. HCS seems like the US hospitalist system but without the IM board certification. Why not consolidate all primary care programs into either an IM or FM residency like other countries?
Im must not be consolidated
Im is really impt.
The medicine thinking, the mrcp thinking

Is not something fm can do
Yesterday 06:24 PM
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What are the differences between single-accredited IM, advanced IM, and now the new Hospital Clinician Scheme (with RPs being phased out)? Other than the former 2 being SAB accredited and having undergone formal residency training. HCS seems like the US hospitalist system but without the IM board certification. Why not consolidate all primary care programs into either an IM or FM residency like other countries?
Single accredited I'm = advanced I'm

May or may not have jobs

Coz consultant level jobs are not a lot

Hospital clinician scheme is at mid level.
u pass Ur MRCP, u can be at reg level
But not at consultant level

But hospital clinician got job
Yesterday 02:06 PM
Unregistered What are the differences between single-accredited IM, advanced IM, and now the new Hospital Clinician Scheme (with RPs being phased out)? Other than the former 2 being SAB accredited and having undergone formal residency training. HCS seems like the US hospitalist system but without the IM board certification. Why not consolidate all primary care programs into either an IM or FM residency like other countries?
Yesterday 09:43 AM
Unregistered what do u all forsee happening to locum drs as CTF and Vaccine hubs shut down
22-05-2022 12:09 AM
Unregistered I'm a returning plastic surgeon in my early 30s. I was previously a 1st lieutenant in Artillery. Is it worthwhile doing the MOCC or stay in combat? Is there a truncated version of MOCC for NSMen?
21-05-2022 10:23 PM
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Just trying to find out which has the path of least resistance for me for reservice. Less shag the better
nothing is more shagged than every other day call. and no post call as a HO.
good character building.
21-05-2022 04:44 PM
Lutfi
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As in u must have officer qualities to be ns mo.
While u might be a gd civilian doc, u do not fit the saf stringent criteria for mocc
Just trying to find out which has the path of least resistance for me for reservice. Less shag the better
21-05-2022 12:03 AM
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Perhaps more context will help. I'm graduating med sch soon, coming back from Aus to Sg for work. Was wondering if it is worth it to go through MOCC, and become an MO, or stay as a man (combat medic)
As in u must have officer qualities to be ns mo.
While u might be a gd civilian doc, u do not fit the saf stringent criteria for mocc
21-05-2022 12:01 AM
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Perhaps more context will help. I'm graduating med sch soon, coming back from Aus to Sg for work. Was wondering if it is worth it to go through MOCC, and become an MO, or stay as a man (combat medic)
I stayed as man. Even my classmate who is ed con also stayed as man.
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