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Recent Reviews
The haemato-oncology department is highly toxic and dysfunctional, and pointing out that reality will lead to some consultants gaslighting you into thinking that you are the problem. There were ALWAYS gaps in the rota t...
Bristol Royal Hospital For Children
Haematology
The department is very friendly and open and non-hierarchical; the consultants are very informal and have open-door policies when it comes to consulting them on a case. Biomedical scientists do a great deal of the macros...
Royal Derby Hospital
Histopathology
Excellent job as part of GP training. Split between your CMHT and inpatient workload, found both great, though the former can be supervisor dependent. A few trainees will end up doing inpatient only as part of old age ps...
Leverndale Hospital
General Psychiatry
You have 3 types of shifts. On call (08:00-17:00/20:00) Night shifts (20:00-08:00) Allocated operating theatre with a consultant Often on calls would be have you down in ED Rest of the time you’d take referrals fr...
Forth Valley Royal Hospital
Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery
Fantastic job. Supportive seniors, interesting cases, felt supported and safe. Would highly recommend this job.
Birmingham Heartlands Hospital
Intensive Care Medicine

Our Mission

For a while now Junior Doctors in the U.K. have been infantilised. National recruitment has reduced us down to a number (scoring our non-clinical work) and a first impression. From this we are expected to rank hundreds of jobs, often across the whole of the U.K., based on nothing but the name of a hospital and a speciality. A decision on where we will spend the next 2-8 years of our life, where we may have to uproot (or sometimes leave) our family and friends for, based on less information than we use to decide what coffee to buy.

We think we can do better.

JuniorDoctors.co.uk is a community based effort to change this. By sharing information on our jobs and training posts (via reviews) we empower ourselves (and future trainees) to make better and more informed choices when choosing and ranking jobs. It also allows us to highlight areas that are providing a good training experience as well as those that aren’t. Change is often slow, but we hope by making this information more transparent that we can change this and improve working and training conditions for us all.

Like all community based efforts JuniorDoctors.co.uk will live or die on the level of engagement from our community. We built this with love to help you and other trainees and we’re always open to feedback (just email [email protected] if you have any) to improve this site and better achieve our goals!

Privacy will always be our top priority at JuniorDoctors.co.uk and all reviews are anonymous with no personal identifiable information saved against them, this will never change.

If our mission resonates with you we would urge you to leave a review for your past placements (both good and bad) and together let’s making training more open and better for all of us!

The Junior Doctors Team ❤️

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