Working as a locum GP is a common starting point for many newly qualified GPs, with some doctors choosing to work as a freelance GP long term. In this article, Dr Mahibur Rahman looks at some of the advantages and disadvantages … Continue reading Working as a locum GP – advantages and disadvantages
When taking up a salaried GP post, it is important to discuss and negotiate key areas in your contract and agree a job plan. In this article, Dr Mahibur Rahman explores some frequently asked questions about salaried GP contracts. When … Continue reading Taking up a salaried GP post – frequently asked questions about contracts
Dr Mahibur Rahman Many doctors spend a large part of their careers working in a salaried capacity. For some doctors, it is the first step on the path to a partnership, for others, working as a salaried GP bring the … Continue reading Salaried GP Posts – Advantages and Disadvantages
Like any GP career choice, there are many advantages and disadvantages in becoming a partner. In this article, Dr Mahibur Rahman outlines some of the key pros and cons of this option. Advantages of being a GP partner Control As … Continue reading Becoming a GP partner – advantages and disadvantages
You may have heard the term “portfolio GP” more frequently over the last few years. This is an umbrella term used to describe any GP that has multiple jobs or that does multiple types of work within their working week. … Continue reading Developing a career as a Portfolio GP
Once you have finished training, there are many career options open to you. Some are obvious – become a principal in a partnership, take a salaried post, or work as a freelance (locum) sessional GP. However there are other options … Continue reading GP career options: an overview
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