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Clinical Attachments and Electives

Overseas doctors applying for jobs, or preparing for the PLAB examination may find it useful to undertake a clinical attachment. This is a non-paid, non contact observership.

Doctors do not need to be registered with the GMC to undergo a clinical attachment as they will not be carrying out any procedures. Usually, clinical attachments last for 4 - 6 weeks, during which time the doctor will be attached to a consultant and observe their work. Clinical attachments provide invaluable experience of the NHS, and can help overseas doctors gain a reference for future job applications.

To be considered for a Clinical Attachment you must write directly to the consultant of your choice requesting an attachment and enclosing a C.V.

For consultant details and further information please contact Mrs Mary Morley via email mary.morley@uhcw.nhs.uk.

Please note that hospital accommodation is not available, and you must therefore make your own arrangements regarding somewhere to stay during your placement.

Medical Student Electives

**Please note we are unable to offer any elective placements between 1st January 2015 and 7th April 2015. We hope to re-start placements after April so the normal procedures as below will apply.**
 

 

A limited number of elective placements may be made to various specialties within the hospital. However, the Trust is already busy with a large number of students from Warwick Medical School. We have therefore drawn up the following guidance which should prove useful for students looking for elective placements.

Please note that hospital accommodation is not available, and you must therefore make your own arrangements regarding somewhere to stay during your placement.

 

Web page updated 29 September 2014


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