Virtual event designed for foundation doctors, internal medicine trainees and other junior doctors who are interested in pursuing a career in haematology.

Date: Tuesday, 31 October 2023
Time: 09:00-16:30
Location: Online via Zoom

This event will be delivered online as combination of live webinars and live small group interactive sessions.

The course aims to:

  • Give a flavour of life in haematology.
  • Showcase opportunities within haematology such as teaching, research and working abroad.
  • Highlight aspects of the application and interview process including CV optimisation.
  • Inspire the next generation of doctors to pursue a career in haematology.

Programme (provisional)

WHY HAEMATOLOGY?
A day in the life of a Haematology Consultant.
A day in the life of a Haematology Registrar.

WHAT IS HAEMATOLOGY?
Interesting cases.
Emotional aspects of working in haematology.
Procedures.
Laboratory Haematology.

BROADENING HORIZONS
Achieving a work-life balance.
Out of programme options: Teaching, Research, Working abroad.

APPLYING FOR HAEMATOLOGY TRAINING
Training program run through – rotations and exams.
Application process and interview.
Boosting your CV

Event Availability

This event has now sold out. If you wish to join the waiting list, please email [email protected].

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