As a member of the Committee on Internship (CIC), the Faculty plays a key role in intern placements and training. The progress of interns is closely monitored by the Faculty Internship Committee.
Medical Education is a continuous process – from graduation to retirement. The pre-registration year (internship) provides the new doctor with opportunities to develop a range of general professional skills and attitudes necessary for the practice of medicine. The core consists of supervised general clinical experience, with increasing responsibility for the care of patients. Time should be provided for education by means of hospital based programmes on topics relevant to this stage of the doctor’s training and also time allowed for private study.
For queries and/or feedback about the internship arrangements, including the Pre-internship Block, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you encounter any difficulties during your internship year, please feel free to contact: