I am currently revising for GAMSAT for GEM 2019 entry and I am looking for some inspiration. I have a disability known as, Symbrachydactyly and I was wondering if anyone knows of any doctors who are practising with only one hand in the UK? I have read related articles from the US but I can't seem to find any in the UK.
Laura Jane. 😊
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- 02-11-2017 17:02
- 02-11-2017 21:26
I dont seem why that should hold u back. I remember seeing a blind doctor working in the ophthalmology apartment. So the skies your limit!👍🏻
- 02-11-2017 22:07
We had one teach us; she was a psychiatrist. So definitely possible. Surgery is probably out of bounds, but everything else would probably be open.