BMJ Careers Fair Helps Juniors Affected by MTAS

September 20, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
As the UKs leading medical careers resource, it is perhaps fitting that BMJ Careers should be taking such an active role in helping junior doctors affected by the recent MTAS debacle.

BMJ Careers is continuing to post medical job vacancies on its website and to offer support and advice in its journal, Career Focus.

In addition to these activities, it is planning to run a number of courses and seminars specifically designed to help juniors without training posts and jobs at a BMJ Careers Fair this autumn.

The BMJ Careers Fair is taking place over two days in London, on the 5th and 6th October.

For just £85, doctors and medical professionals will be able to attend as many seminars and courses as they like. These will cover the following subjects, amongst others:

Seminar Subjects:

- How to find work or an elective abroad
- Hot topics in foundation applications - MMC
- Hot topics - what's new for medical trainees in MMC
- What to do with a medical career besides working in the NHS
- Hot topics in specialty training - MMC
- Which specialty is best for you?
- Working abroad for a charity

Course Topics:

- Polishing up your interview skills
- Refreshing your CV
- Job applications that count
- GP - Finding a partnership in a shrinking market
- How to boost your career
- Choosing a career in General Practice
- Flourishing in large organisations
- GP - Making more of your appraisal
- Hot topics for non EEA doctors
- Improving your presentation skills
- Improving your public speaking techniques
- Improving your work life balance
- Managing your staff and managing your managers
- Publish or perish
- GP - Forming a share trading club
- Recognising your learning type
- Reviewing you personal finances
- Starting a career in sports medicine
- Survival tips for GP registrars
- When doctors become managers
- GP - Management skills for GPs

For more information about MTAS and the BMJ Careers Fair please visit http://www.bmjcareers.com