I've just received another rejection to medical school, but I'm holding an offer for Biomedical Sciences. This is actually a lucky accident as the Biomed degree lets me study some modules I'm interested in such as Physiology without doing all the messy hospital work (which I'm happy to do, but not as a full time job).
My point is this - if I accept a place on the Biomedical Degree, when I've finished it are there access courses to General Practise or a way that I can go directly to GP training? Or will I still have to do postgrad medicine?
Just to note, I'm not looking for a cheats way in or a lazy route, and I'm sure medicine is for me before anyone suggests that it may not be owing to my desire to avoid hospitals. I appreciate that some time in a hospital will be necessary, but do GP training courses exist, and what are the entry requirements for them?
Thanks in advance for any replies!
Alternative Routes to General Practice
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