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Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

1345 Govan Rd, Glasgow, G51 4TF

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Reviews (10)click to see all reviews
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Woefully unsupported by the parent team with lightning-fast ward rounds and seniors too preoccupied with being in theatre than caring about the patients on the ward. Good camaraderie between foundation doctors and nurses...
Junior (F1-ST2)
Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery
This post has a well established reputation as being one of the most demanding particularly for FY1s in the hospital. This has resulted in successive cohorts being hugely overworked, regularly staying very late as well a...
Junior (F1-ST2)
General Surgery
Absolutely terrible experience. Unfriendly registrars and little middle grade presence when I was there. Friendly nursing staff though with some shockingly glaring exceptions. Few opportunities to train/learn. No coordi...
Foundation Programme Year One (FY1)
General Surgery
A really good training job. There's lots of other SHO's on the rota and generally just the on-call ones (there's two) will stay on the ward freeing up every one else to attend clinics and theatres (across the different ...
Core Surgical Training
Otolaryngology
Even allowing for Covid, my experience has been far from perfect. There is a clear pecking order in the units and it is clear that ACCPs are near the top. Don't even bother trying to do lines as the ACCPs will sometimes ...
Core Anaesthetics
Intensive Care Medicine
Absolutely amazing experience. Fantastic seniors. Incredibly intelligent and empathetic bunch. Great learning opportunities including for clinical skills like arterial & central lines. Got to do a few intubations/LMAs o...
Foundation Programme Year One (FY1)
Intensive Care Medicine
This job is overworked and under supported. It can generally be under unfriendly with very little pastoral support for juniors. I did two acute medicine placements, the out of hours shifts are dangerous for patients and...
Foundation Programme Year One (FY1)
Acute Internal Medicine
Overall I thought it was good and useful training time spent. Busy and a bit impersonal at times and known to be cliquey. That was obvious but that aside I asked for learning opportunities and got them and seen lots of d...
Junior (F1-ST2)
Anaesthetics
I have resisted writing this review as there is no point but the recent parking fiasco has prompted me to reconsider. The department is very cliquey and if you’re not in with certain consultants – forget about having a ...
Core Anaesthetics
Anaesthetics
Massive department but despite that (and despite social distancing due to covid) managed to be pretty welcoming. Rota was always done in good time and SL/AL were able to be taken when I wanted with no problems. It was a...
Anaesthetics ST3+
Anaesthetics
Departments (58)
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Acute Internal Medicine
Anaesthetics
Cardiology
Chemical Pathology
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Clinical Genetics
Clinical Neurophysiology
Clinical Oncology
Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Clinical Radiology
Dermatology
Diagnostic Neuropathology
Emergency Medicine
Endocrinology & Diabetes Mellitus
Forensic Pathology
Gastroenterology
General (internal) Medicine
General Practice
General Psychiatry
General Psychiatry & Old Age Psychiatry
General Surgery
Geriatric Medicine
Haematology
Hepatology
Histopathology
Immunology
Infectious Diseases
Intensive Care Medicine
Interventional Radiology
Maternal and Fetal Medicine
Medical Microbiology
Medical Oncology
Medical Psychotherapy
Neonatal Medicine
Neurology
Neurosurgery
Nuclear Medicine
Obstetrics
Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Ophthalmology
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Otolaryngology
Paediatric and Perinatal Pathology
Paediatric Orthopaedics
Paediatrics
Palliative Medicine
Psychiatry of Learning Disability
Rehabilitation Medicine
Renal Medicine
Respiratory Medicine
Rheumatology
Spinal Cord Rehabilitation Medicine
Spinal Surgery
Stroke Medicine
Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery
Urogynaecology
Urology
Vascular Surgery