What is it really like working in our specialties?
As a medical student
Safa tells us how she became involved with radiology at medical school and gives advice to fellow undergraduates who are interested in the specialty.
Zeeshan highlights opportunities to gain radiological experience where there is limited exposure to radiology at medical school.
As a trainee
Dr Samantha Cox tells us why she chose the specialty, the positive aspects to being a clinical oncologist, the challenges that it brings, and an insight into a typical working day.
Dr Sally Appleyard tells us about her experience undertaking research and how this compares to a 'typical' clinical oncology job.
Dr Faye Robertson explains what it is about the specialty that attracted her and keeps her interested as she progresses through her training.
Dr Omar Azmat tells us about his life as a Clinical Fellow in musculoskeletal radiology in Canada.
Dr Helen Cliffe explains why and how she ended up choosing a career in clinical radiology and why she has never regretted it since.
Dr Noor Jawad describes a typical working day as a clinical radiology trainee.
Dr Bethan Davis talks about why she chose radiology, what the challenges are and gives some advice for medical students and foundation trainees.
As a consultant
Dr Serena Hilman describes "a life in the day" of a clinical oncologist.
Dr Ananya Choudhury tells us why she chose clinical oncology and what it's like to combine a clinical job with research.
Dr Lucinda Melcher tells us how she came to be a consultant clinical oncologist in London.
Dr Ganesh Radhakrishna talks about why he loves being a clinical oncologist!
Dr Louise Harris explains what is involved in being a consultant.
Dr Bijan Hedayati tells us what it's like to be a consultant in the specialty.
Dr Paul McCoubrie explains why he loves clinical radiology!
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Why clinical oncology?
We asked current clinical oncology trainees who were attending the Annual Trainee Oncology Meeting (ATOM) in Birmingham in May 2016 to tell us why they chose the specialty and what they love about it.
Training in clinical oncology
This video, shot at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton, shows you what training to be a clinical oncologist is like. Our thanks to the clinical oncology trainees and consultants in Brighton who kindly agreed to appear, as well as James Lewis from the hospital's Clinical Medical Centre for producing the video.
Why clinical radiology?
We asked current clinical radiology trainees who were attending the Junior Radiologists Forum why they chose the specialty and what they love about it.
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