My ST Pilot Programme in ENT

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It was around the early part of 2005 when I started looking for a basic surgical training post. Rumours were gradually filtering down to surgical trainees about the new face of surgical training in line with Modernising Medical Careers (MMC) – speciality training (ST). What was it? How was it going to work? All valid questions when your intended career pathway was going to dramatically change in August 2007. The trouble was nobody really knew. I managed to get a place on a pilot Speciality Training post (ST1 and ST2) in ENT in the Northern Deanery, set-up by the Intercollegiate Surgical Curriculum Project (ISCP). I would like to share my views on the pilot programme

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