About Us

Little steps towards the dream

When I was planning to move in to UK, I was not aware of any help group in facebook. We gathered bits and pieces of informations from our seniors, but there were thousand bubbles of questions hidden inside brewing from uncertainty to leave own comfort zone.

With all ifs and buts, we managed to pull through the endeavour of reaching and starting work in NHS. We had no idea how the pay structure was, what to look for before taking up a job, what is relocation fees, how would be the expenditure – we literally had no clue. All I knew was there is a thing called training post and we have to achieve that !

One fine morning, I was browsing the internet to gather as much information about ST3 as I could with my friend Mouni Faria and got a website called http://www.st3recruitment.org.uk. This website pretty much explains everything you need to know about training program. We were quite unpleasantly surprised that how come we had no idea about this website, we could have brought all the necessary documents from bangladesh before we moved in. That was the day we planned to start this group.

I believe in finding solution of the problem, rather than analysing the root of it.When I see hospital full of doctors from other nationalities, I felt we are outnumbered not because of talent, mainly as a result of lack of information, decisive attitude, apprehension to move into a new place and most importantly, lack of appropriate guidance to get the head start.

This is now a group of  thousands of members with different aspirations but one thing makes us united and that is our urge to help each other in the best possible way with all the correct information we have. I thank every single person wholeheartedly who is asking question and those who are coming up with extremely helpful solutions.

Thank you so very much for being with us. On a positive note, lets change our views because together we conquer 

Founder: Mahjabin Islam Aurin ( ST3  Neurology, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, South Yorkshire Deanery)

Co Founders:

  1. Ahijit Chowdhury ( ST3 Intensive care Medicine – Yorkshire Deanery )
  2.  Faria Waliul ( ST3 – Geriatric Medicine – East Midlands )

Admins

  1. Sanjoy Chowdhury ( ST4 Cardiology – North West Deanery
  2. Qamar Hejazi ( Internal Medicine Trainee year 1 – Royal cornwall hospital)
  3.  Shajedur Rahman Shawon ( PhD Researcher at University of Oxford )

Moderator:

  1. Syed Hasinul Haque Rahin ( ST3  Acute Medicine- West Midlands )

Website Designing Credit:

1. Qamar Hejazi ( Internal Medicine Trainee year 1 – Royal cornwall hospital )

Advisers

Tanvir Hossain ( ST6 General Surgery – East Midlands Deanery )

Ruhina Alam ( Specialty Registrar Cardio-thoracic Surgery- Brighton and Sussex University Hospital )

Samiha Naureen ( ST5  Respiratory Medicine- East of England Deanery )

 


DR. MAHJABIN ISLAM
ST3 Trainee( south yorkshire Deanery) 

19 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Atikur rahman

    Sir,i recently completed my internship..i choose to study in surgery..as i want to go abroad..some people says that it is difficult to practice surgery in uk..is it true?.. Which one is better plab or preparing for mrcp in bangladesh..?..about totall cost in both case..thank u..

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  2. I’m immensely happy to see this effort. I can see that a lot of hard work has been put into this. You have done an amazing job for your juniors. Thank you so very much for going out of your way for doing this for others! 🙂

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    1. Thanks for your encouragement. We are trying to build a one stop hub to get all info regarding post-graduation both in home & abroad for Bangladeshi doctors. Your altruistic work is always a source of inspiration for us. Thanks again for taking your time to appreciate this effort.

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  3. abdullah omor

    How can I plan for arranging the large sum of money required for plab as I can’t take it from my family??
    or should I quit my plan for plab???
    can anyone suggest??

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  4. Anushree

    I have completed my MD dermatology in my home country..I have also finished mrcp ..is getting a training post in dermatology easy ?
    If not how could I work as gp with special interest in dermatology.

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  5. faria

    apu, thnks for your helpful post. can you please tell me that whether 8 months gap during internship cause any effect in getting GMC registration after MRCP? thnks

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    1. Dear Faria, thank you so much for the question. If you explain the gap appropriately ( maternity/ exam prep/ career break etc), it should not cause a trouble. Thanks for following Planyourpostgraduation.com 🙂

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  6. Dr Shama Afroze

    Sir. I recently finished my internship. Now working as a lecturer of anatomy. But want to go abroad. Which one is better PLAB OR AMC.

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    1. Dear Dr Afroze, you probably need to make up your mind which country you want to settle in. Plab is for UK and AMC for Australia and the choice is yours. Thanks for following Planyourpostgraduation.com 🙂

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  7. Sipra

    I want to gather as much information as I can for pursuing a PG in any medical field. Also, can I study any surgical field eg., Gynaecology in UK. I would complete my MBBS from India.

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    1. Hi Sipra, we are writing and compiling as much 1st hand experience as possible. Hope to be able to complete the website soon. Yes you can do surgical specialties – general surgery, Gynae and Obs, if you prepare well with an enriched CV. You might find few helpful posts in the website. Thanks for following Planyourpostgraduation.com. Good Luck 🙂

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  8. Dr.Sayed Mohammad Rijvee

    I have completed post graduation degree on chest medicine.DTCD from National institute of diseases of chest & hospital.I want to do MSc in Respiratory Medicine…Or any job opportunity?I have some relatives in London…thanks in advance.

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    1. Thanks Dr Rijvee. You have to clear either PLAB or MRCP to be eligible to work in the UK. Do read PLAB/ MRCP / GMC section of this website. If you want to do MSc in respiratory medicine, thats different from clinical practice. Please read through the MSc section of the website. Thanks for following Planyourpostgraduation.com

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