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Preparing applications for specialty and general practice training in the Defence Medical Services



Preparing applications for specialty and general practice training in the Defence Medical Services



Journal of the Royal Naval Medical Service 100(3): 344-347



The specialty training application process can be a challenging time, and adequate preparation is essential. With the resources available, and with appropriate guidance from colleagues, experiences gained as a General Duties Medical Officer (GDMO) can be used to produce a highly competitive application. This paper aims to to provide guidance for Medical Officers (MOs) applying for specialty training.

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