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Does anyone have any experience they could share of going from Nursing to Post Grad Medicine...?

Advanced Diploma in Nursing / 3 Years of acute experience behind me ..but not science related A-Levels ...

is there any university you'd recommend applying to...I'm unsure where and whether is it worth applying as yet for 2018 ...
Any advice and wisdom appreciated !
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(Original post by xyazzyx)
Not the kind of responses ' The Student Room' was made for.
Offensive , opinionated and incorrect.
entirely correct

'Post Graduate Medicine' is what registered medical practitioners study to gain higher degrees and their CCT/ CCST


' Graduate Entry Medicine' is an Undergraduate course - a second (pair ) of bachelors degree to gain registration with the GMC .
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