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    Palliative medicine - doing my MSc and thoroughly intend to do this.

    Paeds (just possibly- never thought I'd enjoy my paeds job as much as I actually did - something quite satisfying in getting a peripheral cannula into a 30week newborn, if you can't cannulate someone then ask a paediatrician - but that said I'm not so fussed with the neonates side, and as a consultant it's incredibly unsociable hours)

    GPwSI (pall med) would be the 'if all else falls apart' plan, but doing a GP job at the moment and counting the days to the end (5 working days, hurrah)
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    2.) Gastro
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    Haematology (possibly paediatric)
    Colorectal surgery
    ?pathology/orthopaedics/O&G/general surgery?

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    (Original post by Renal)
    Specialism? Wots one of dem?

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    2. Anaesthetics with Pre-Hospital Care
    Renal reveals his desire to become a media star and housewives favourite in the Mould of Helicopter Doctor Jez Pinnell ... ( Gareth D, Ali W, Mike S and Andy P are EMs )
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    1. Oncology
    2. Maxillofacial Surgery/Plastic Surgery
    3. Pathologist?

    Pre-med so things may be subject to change from September, although I will probably always love oncology and max fax.
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    (Original post by niceday)
    No one else has a problem with it, as usual, anal Renal did.
    Was it that impossible to detect the sarcasm in the post?
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    (Original post by zippyRN)
    Renal reveals his desire to become a media star and housewives favourite in the Mould of Helicopter Doctor Jez Pinnell ... ( Gareth D, Ali W, Mike S and Andy P are EMs )
    I don't think I could quite match Gareth or Paul W.

    I look more towards big Al M, although I don't think you'll have seen him on TV. He's a gasman & intensivist, BASICS, HEMS Emeritus and a true gent with a sparkling wit.

    And I'm already a housewives favourite.
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    1) Paediatric surgery
    2) Neurosurgery (fascinates me but not sure whether it would attract me or not, the research intensive aspect of it isn't my thing)
    3) Paediatric cardiac surgery (but this is pretty much a pipedream)

    Will also be keeping an eye on how interventional radiology develops!

    EDIT: and Care of the elderly's fascinating as is paediatrics!
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    (Original post by I<3LAMP)
    I was actually surprised by this. So many people I know who do medicine/ or applied this year chose cardiology & Peads...
    That's cos 95% of applicants only know about a few specialities that are considered glam. Cardiology is always in the news, paeds has loads of shows done about it because it's "cute" and the forensic pathology snap comes from CSI and the like.
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    (Original post by niceday)
    You weren't forced to open the thread, anyway you're an F1, about time you left TSR eh?
    Do you really think that the input of a junior doctor into a forum like this isn't valuable?
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    (Original post by niceday)
    You weren't forced to open the thread, anyway you're an F1, about time you left TSR eh?
    Keep up. SHOs before HOs.

    ...& to be fair the ***s didn't come out till you called him anal! Before then it was a just a mild dose of challenge, starting with a question - very non-technical factors PC.
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    uno - Neurology
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    tres - Oncoloy/Emergency
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    1) Anaesthetics
    2) Anaesthetics
    3) GP

    (If they were training any, I'd have maybe said recontructive plastics or cardiothoracic surgery.)
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    (Original post by niceday)
    You weren't forced to open the thread, anyway you're an F1, about time you left TSR eh?
    renal's more than a f1 dear, are you another one of these muppetologists that thinks that TSR shouldn't allow 'grown ups' to spoil the immature fun of those who do not yet know what they do not know ?
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    (Original post by ryan118244)
    1. Cardiovascular/ Neurological Surgery
    2. Emergency Medicine
    3. Aerospace Medicine &lt;&lt;&lt; pretty unrealistic I know hha
    Aerospace Medicine :gah:
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    Lol I love TSR
 
 
 
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