10 Tips for Passing MRCPsych A & B with Dr Kevin Li

  • June 21, 2022
 

Are you an overseas psychiatrist taking the postgraduate route to GMC registration? Are you just beginning your journey through the MRCPsych exams?  

Today, we’re back with Dr Kevin Li, who will be sharing some top tips on the MRCPsych Paper A and Paper B for overseas MRCPsych A & B aspirants. Kevin is a brilliant psychiatry specialty doctor who relocated to the UK from Hong Kong, having passed the MRCPsych and received full GMC registration with license to practice. 

1. Start with the Royal College website 

This is the best place to begin as it has key information including the syllabus - on which the exam is based, helping to guide the course of your preparation and revision. 

2. Don’t use resources that are more than 3 years old – 5 years maximum 

The curriculum and syllabus for Specialty Training in Psychiatry are updated regularly, so it’s best to find and use resources that are as up-to-date as possible. 

3. Don’t combine study for Paper A and Paper B 

Focus on each paper as an individual element – they each have different requirements, including what sections of the syllabus they are targeting and how much experience you must have before sitting the exam.  

4. Divide your time according to the marks weighting of the sections 

For example, general adult and critical review have the most marks in the exam, with 20% and 33.5% respectively, so you should prioritise these in your revision, then try to spend a proportionate amount of time on each section based on the marks it holds. 

5. Perfect what you know 

If there are any areas you are experienced or confident in, try to perfect these in order to gain the most marks possible in what you find to be the least challenging areas. These areas may also be easier to revise if they are better aligned with your training and practice to date. 

6. Which exam should you sit first? It depends 

If you want to pass the exams as quickly as possible, it makes sense to apply for the nearest upcoming diet of whichever exam comes first.  

Knowledge wise Paper B has more sections and requires a lot more time and practice, particularly for critical review calculations. This combined with the Royal College’s advice of having 12 months’ experience in psychiatry before sitting the exam means that for most people, sitting Paper A first is the best choice. 

7. Use diagrams for more challenging topics 

Find or better still, create diagrams to better illustrate and explain the mor difficult to understand topics. Especially where you have little experience of a topic, it can be helpful to represent it visually. 

8. Keep difficult topics fresh in your mind 

If you need longer than 3 months to prepare for either exam, either leave the more difficult topics to the end of your revision or begin with them and be sure to revisit them at the end. You may not retain this information long-term, so it’s important to have it as fresh in your mind as possible when coming up to the exam. 

9. Take time off before the exam for intense study 

If you can, try to put some time aside in the week(s) coming up to the exam to for a final push of intense study before the exam. 

10. Practice is key 

Books are great resources for increasing your overall psychiatry knowledge, however they are not necessarily the best resources for the Paper A and Paper B exams. Question banks and past papers such as SPMM are very useful in preparing for the MRCPsych Paper A & B. 


Getting started

For access to a community of likeminded MRCPsych aspirants and dedicated psychiatry recruiters, join the IMG Psychiatrists Facebook group.  

For news and updates on all things psychiatry, including the Royal College, GMC registration and the NHS, follow us on social media and join the conversation. 

                      

The postgraduate route to GMC registration, whilst not the fastest, can be the most rewarding in the long run. The MRCPsych exams are the central components of psychiatry training in the UK, and as an international psychiatrist, this is the route that allows you to most closely align your qualifications with the requirements of more senior jobs in the NHS. 

 

Relevant Jobs

84,559 - 114,003

An excellent opportunity for an experienced Consultant in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry to join a Health Board in North Wales that promotes equality and diversity. If you love a challenge, have a passion to help others or simple fancy a fresh start, then this Health Board has all the ingredients. The post if suitable for overseas consultants, including candidates who are pursuing CESR. Specialists in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry holding a specialist certification would be suitable for this post, based on experience entering at either Specialty Doctor or Consultant grade. 

Overseas applications from experienced Specialty Doctors and Consultants are welcomed. 

WHAT IS HEALTH BOARD LIKE? 
The Health Board is largest health organisation in Wales, that are developing an integrated health service which provides excellent care delivered in partnership with the public and other statutory and third sector organisations.

The Health Board have a budget of £1.3 billion and a workforce of over 17,000 staff. Providing primary, community, mental health and acute hospital services for the population of around 700,000 across of North Wales. They continuously develop their workforce so that it has the right skills and operates in a research-rich learning culture.

Besides their three main hospital sites, they are also responsible for community hospitals, health centres, clinics, mental health units, community teams, GP practices and other NHS services provided by dentists, opticians and pharmacists. They plan to improve the health of the population, with particular focus upon the most vulnerable in our society.

WHAT IS THE DEPARTMENT & TEAM LIKE? 
The department is a team of excellent people working closely together by communicating openly and honestly. The team is rapidly transforming and progressive. Each members of the team value and respect each other. They learn from each other and help each other be innovative. All the team members have the same goal - to improve health and wellbeing for all. They  support and train each other to make sure that all members are excel.

The service has a range of highly skilled Clinical Psychologists, CAMHS Nurses, Child Therapists (trained in CBT, DBT, EMDR, IPT etc), Systemic and Family Psychotherapists and CAMHS Practitioners (who comprise professionals from a range of other eligible disciplines such as social work and occupational therapy). The CAMHS has integrated Early Intervention and Prevention and Child Health Psychology functions as well as Family Wellbeing Practitioners who support GP Clusters in the area.

The post holder will be provide assessment, formulation and management of significant developmental, behavioural and mental health disorders occurring in children and adolescents 0-18 years. The post holder will participate in relevant strategic and operational meetings and contribute to team management processes of the Community CAMHS teams, including clinical governance and quality improvement initiatives.

WHAT IS LIFE LIKE IN NORTH WALES? 
North Wales has a vast national park, purpose built mountain biking trails, a breath taking coastal path, soaring zip wire, food festivals and world class sport and adventure around every corner. The North Wales is equipped with sport and leisure centres that provide opportunities for a wide variety of sporting, fitness and recreational activities. Not only does it have lots of activities for you, it also has a wide selection of private housing is available, both traditional and modern in towns, villages and rural settings.

For doctors with family, the educational standards are consistently high in both the primary and secondary sectors. There are several well established independent schools within North Wales and the surrounding area that cater for both day pupils and boarders. The regional University with its excellent scholastic reputation has a thriving student community.

You can say goodbye to heavy inner city commuter traffic, and enjoy a breath-taking commute across North Wales.

WHAT OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE TO YOU AT THIS HEALTH BOARD?
With an extremely active education/teaching programme supported by the consultant team, there is opportunity to work towards and complete CESR, exams, get involved in active research and many aspects of CPD. 

Participation in research and educational activities will be encouraged.

ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR THIS ROLE?
EEA Candidates:

  • Experience of working in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Board Certified Specialist in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Non-EEA Candidates:

  • Experience of working in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

UK based applicants

  • Experience of working in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Within 6 - 12 months of completing CCT
84,559 - 114,003

An opportunity for a Communtity General Psychiatrist to work for an established NHS Trust that provides brilliant care for their patients through their brilliant people. This NHS Trust has been rated "outstanding" for caring, and "good" overall by the CQC. The NHS Trust values their workforce and offers a range of ongoing benefits - from an active health and wellbeing programme to regular recognition events, and many more!

This is a great opportunity for overseas Communtity General Psychiatrists who want to establish themselves in the NHS, and grow their consultant career. The post is suitable for candidates holding specialisation in the EEA, or for experienced IMGs looking to complete CESR.

Specialty Doctors who are ambitious to complete CESR and work towards becoming a consultant will also be supported in this role. Section 12 and AC will also be supported. 

WHAT IS THE TRUST LIKE? 

The NHS Trust provides mental health, learning disability and specialist services, serving 1.8 million people across the county. The Trust is rated Good overall by the CQC and Outstanding for care, and currently has 3,300 staff working across 33 locations, covering an area of 1,450 square miles. The NHS Trust is commissioned to provide secondary mental health services across their area, both in community and within inpatient settings.

The NHS Trust has a team of empathetic leaders inspiring their staff in an environment where everyone is valued and plays a vital role in providing an exemplary service. Across their communities and within inpatient settings, their workforce is enhanced and strengthened by peer support workers, a brigade of PAT dogs and their wonderful team of volunteers. The KMPT's aim is to deliver quality services through working in partnership, creating a dynamic system of care so people receive the right help at the right time in the right setting with the right outcome. 

Anyone would be lucky to be joining a friendly, passionate colleagues from 52 nations, rich in their diversity, talents and experience, who are committed to providing excellent care to the Trust's service users and their loved ones.

WHAT IS THE DEPARTMENT & TEAM LIKE? 

The Team provides a service to their respective town and it’s surrounding villages. Total population served by the Team is 130,00 with the 19-64 population being 75,120. The current case load varies between 500 and 600 cases with a referral of approx. 5 cases per day. The consultant will work according to the principles highlighted in the New Ways of Working so all CPA cases will be carried by a care coordinator with consultant being consulted in case management.

The Team is consists of (1) Locality Manager, (2) Operational Team Managers, (1) Whole Time Equivalent Senior Practitioner (nusring), (6) Full Time equivalent CPN's, (2) Whole Time equivalent Occupational Therapist, (6) Full time STR workers, and (1) Non Medical Prescriber. Each Consultant may hold a small caseload of standard care patients who only require medical input prior to transfer to primary care (maximum number of 20).

The post holder will be expected to take an active leadership role in screening of referrals as well as assessment of new referrals jointly with other team members. The post holder will attend Trust meetings including Strategic Development Meetings, Clinical Governance Meetings within the Service Line and other meetings as requested.

WHAT IS LIFE LIKE IN THE REGION?

The area is a family-friendly county with first class state and independent schools and affordable housing. The average house price in the area is £360,000, so you get a lot of brick (and green space) for your buck compared to neighbouring regions. Two areas have been voted to be the best places to live in the country with their vibrant high streets and incredible eateries. Another two of the areas that the Trust is in are now world-class uber cool art destinations. The area has the best collection of pubs, a heritage of brewing that is continuing with microbreweries, gin distilleries and vineyards offering gold medal refreshment.

In addition to the ones mentioned above, the area also has breathtaking castles, cathedrals and country houses bursting with history plus the mighty Bluewater shopping centre and a plethora of further choices for retail activities. There is a wealth of activities to keep little ones occupied and then you have the 350 miles of beaches, cliffs and coves; a coastline that is both stunning and stimulating, whatever the weather.

WHAT OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE TO YOU?

The NHS Trust believes that research and training has always led to better treatments and services to help people experiencing mental ill health. The Trust is a market leader, renowned for their ground-breaking research and the bespoke training programmes that they offer to help other healthcare providers improve the services they offer. The Trust's training programmes provide a range of learning and development opportunities to enhance the knowledge, skills and awareness of mental health practitioners in the assessment of clinical risk and the development of recovery focused mental health care.

There are exciting times ahead as the Trust's Medical School is set to open, a collaboration between two universities, inspiring the next generation of medical professionals. The NHS Trust is also at the forefront of partnership working - an integral part of the Sustainability and Transformation Partnership - looking at the way forward for sustainable health and social care.

Indulge your research passion with the Trust's enthusiastic team, who are involved in a whole host of national and home-grown studies with the potential to shape future healthcare.

Specialty Doctors who are ambitious to complete CESR and work towards becoming a consultant will also be supported in this role. Section 12 and AC will also be supported. 

ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR THIS ROLE?

EEA Candidates:

  • Experience of working in Communtity General Psychiatrist
  • Board Certified Specialist in Communtity General Psychiatrist

Non-EEA Candidates:

  • MRCPsych
  • Experience of working in Communtity General Psychiatrist

UK based applicants

  • Experience of working in Communtity General Psychiatrist
  • Within 12 months of completing CCT
84,559 - 114,003

An opportunity for an experienced General Adult Psychiatrist to work for an established NHS Trust that provides brilliant care for their patients through their brilliant people. This NHS Trust has been rated "outstanding" for caring, and "good" overall by the CQC. The NHS Trust values their workforce and offers a range of ongoing benefits - from an active health and wellbeing programme to regular recognition events, and many more!

This is a great opportunity for overseas Consultants in General Adult Psychiatry who want to establish themselves in the NHS, and grow their consultant career. The post is suitable for candidates holding specialisation in the EEA, or for experienced IMGs looking to complete CESR.

Specialty Doctors who are ambitious to complete CESR and work towards becoming a consultant will also be supported in this role. Section 12 and AC will also be supported. 

WHAT IS THE TRUST LIKE? 
The NHS Trust provides mental health, learning disability and specialist services, serving 1.8 million people across the county. The Trust is rated Good overall by the CQC and Outstanding for care, and currently has 3,300 staff working across 33 locations, covering an area of 1,450 square miles. The NHS Trust is commissioned to provide secondary mental health services across their area, both in community and within inpatient settings.

The NHS Trust has a team of empathetic leaders inspiring their staff in an environment where everyone is valued and plays a vital role in providing an exemplary service. Across their communities and within inpatient settings, their workforce is enhanced and strengthened by peer support workers, a brigade of PAT dogs and their wonderful team of volunteers. The KMPT's aim is to deliver quality services through working in partnership, creating a dynamic system of care so people receive the right help at the right time in the right setting with the right outcome. 

Anyone would be lucky to be joining a friendly, passionate colleagues from 52 nations, rich in their diversity, talents and experience, who are committed to providing excellent care to the Trust's service users and their loved ones.

WHAT IS THE DEPARTMENT & TEAM LIKE? 

The Mental Health Team provides a service to a city that has for towns, including their surrounding villages. The post holder will provide clinical leadership within the Community Mental Health Team alongside 3.5 Consultant colleagues. The Service is designed in keeping with Locality Leadership groups which liaise closely with the Local clinical commissioning groups.  Total population served by the team is around 215,000 with the 19-64 registered population being approximately 133,000.

The CMHT staff have enhanced roles, the Team comprises of (4.5) WTE Consultant psychiatrists (including this post), (1) x band 8 Service Manager, (2) WTE Band 7 Operational Team Lead, (7.6) WTE Band 6 care coordinators and (1) WTE Band 6 OT, (1) WTE Band 5 nurse, (1) WTE Band 5 OT, (1.5) WTE Band 3 HCA, (1) WTE Band 3 STR, (4.5) psychological practitioners with skills in a range of modalities, (1) WTE Non Medical Prescriber & GP trainees on rotation.

It will be expected of the post holder to be actively involved in strengthening relationships with external agencies including the local CCG. The post holder will also provide medical advice and supervision to the Community Mental Health Team looking after patients who have severe and enduring mental illness with more complex needs who are managed at enhanced level of CPA and their care is managed and co- ordinated by the team.


WHAT IS LIFE LIKE IN THE REGION?

The area is a family-friendly county with first class state and independent schools and affordable housing. The average house price in the area is £360,000, so you get a lot of brick (and green space) for your buck compared to neighbouring regions. The countryside is unspoiled and attractive and there are excellent beaches within easy reach. 

In addition to the ones mentioned above, the area also has breathtaking castles, cathedrals and country houses bursting with history plus the mighty Bluewater shopping centre and a plethora of further choices for retail activities. There is a wealth of activities to keep little ones occupied and then you have the 350 miles of beaches, cliffs and coves; a coastline that is both stunning and stimulating, whatever the weather is!


WHAT OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE TO YOU?

The NHS Trust believes that research and training has always led to better treatments and services to help people experiencing mental ill health. The Trust is a market leader, renowned for their ground-breaking research and the bespoke training programmes that they offer to help other healthcare providers improve the services they offer. The Trust's training programmes provide a range of learning and development opportunities to enhance the knowledge, skills and awareness of mental health practitioners in the assessment of clinical risk and the development of recovery focused mental health care.

There are exciting times ahead as the Trust's Medical School is set to open, a collaboration between two universities, inspiring the next generation of medical professionals. The NHS Trust is also at the forefront of partnership working - an integral part of the Sustainability and Transformation Partnership - looking at the way forward for sustainable health and social care.

Indulge your research passion with the Trust's enthusiastic team, who are involved in a whole host of national and home-grown studies with the potential to shape future healthcare.

Specialty Doctors who are ambitious to complete CESR and work towards becoming a consultant will also be supported in this role. Section 12 and AC will also be supported. 

ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR THIS ROLE?

EEA Candidates:

  • Experience of working in General Adult Psychiatry
  • Board Certified Specialist in General Adult Psychiatry

Non-EEA Candidates:

  • MRCPsych
  • Experience of working in General Adult Psychiatry

UK based applicants

  • Experience of working in General Adult Psychiatry
  • Within 12 months of completing CCT
84,559 - 114,003

An opportunity for a Consultant in General Adult Psychiatry to work for an established NHS Trust that provides brilliant care for their patients through their brilliant people. This NHS Trust has been rated "outstanding" for caring, and "good" overall by the CQC. The NHS Trust values their workforce and offers a range of ongoing benefits - from an active health and wellbeing programme to regular recognition events, and many more!

This is a great opportunity for overseas Consultants in General Adult Psychiatry who want to establish themselves in the NHS, and grow their consultant career. The post is suitable for candidates holding specialisation in the EEA, or for experienced IMGs looking to complete CESR.

Specialty Doctors who are ambitious to complete CESR and work towards becoming a consultant will also be supported in this role. Section 12 and AC will also be supported. 

WHAT IS THE TRUST LIKE? 

The NHS Trust provides mental health, learning disability and specialist services, serving 1.8 million people across the county. The Trust is rated Good overall by the CQC and Outstanding for care, and currently has 3,300 staff working across 33 locations, covering an area of 1,450 square miles. The NHS Trust is commissioned to provide secondary mental health services across their area, both in community and within inpatient settings.

The NHS Trust has a team of empathetic leaders inspiring their staff in an environment where everyone is valued and plays a vital role in providing an exemplary service. Across their communities and within inpatient settings, their workforce is enhanced and strengthened by peer support workers, a brigade of PAT dogs and their wonderful team of volunteers. The KMPT's aim is to deliver quality services through working in partnership, creating a dynamic system of care so people receive the right help at the right time in the right setting with the right outcome. 

Anyone would be lucky to be joining a friendly, passionate colleagues from 52 nations, rich in their diversity, talents and experience, who are committed to providing excellent care to the Trust's service users and their loved ones.

WHAT IS THE DEPARTMENT & TEAM LIKE? 

The Mental Health Team provides a service to two towns and their surrounding villages. Total population served by the Team is 106,800 with the 19-64 population being 64,440. The current case load varies between 600-800 cases for the whole of the team with a referral rate varying between 3-7 cases per day. Each Consultant may hold a small caseload of standard care patients who only require medical input prior to transfer to primary care (maximum number of 20).

The CMHT staff have enhanced roles, the Team comprises of (1) locality manager and (1) interim locality manager (Senior practitioner OT), (1) whole time equivalent senior practitioner (Nursing), (5) full time equivalent CPN’s and (1) part time equivalent CPN, (4) whole time equivalent occupational therapist, (8) full time STR workers, and (1) SAS doctor. There are currently no trainee doctors within the team – however this can be developed with the appropriate supervision qualifications.

The post holder will attend Trust meetings including Strategic Development Meetings, Clinical Governance Meetings within the Service Line and other meetings as requested. The post holder will build constructive relationships with the team manager and with other senior professionals.

WHAT IS LIFE LIKE IN THE REGION?

The area is a family-friendly county with first class state and independent schools and affordable housing. The average house price in the area is £360,000, so you get a lot of brick (and green space) for your buck compared to neighbouring regions. Two areas have been voted to be the best places to live in the country with their vibrant high streets and incredible eateries. Another two of the areas that the Trust is in are now world-class uber cool art destinations. The area has the best collection of pubs, a heritage of brewing that is continuing with microbreweries, gin distilleries and vineyards offering gold medal refreshment.

In addition to the ones mentioned above, the area also has breathtaking castles, cathedrals and country houses bursting with history plus the mighty Bluewater shopping centre and a plethora of further choices for retail activities. There is a wealth of activities to keep little ones occupied and then you have the 350 miles of beaches, cliffs and coves; a coastline that is both stunning and stimulating, whatever the weather.

WHAT OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE TO YOU?
The NHS Trust believes that research and training has always led to better treatments and services to help people experiencing mental ill health. The Trust is a market leader, renowned for their ground-breaking research and the bespoke training programmes that they offer to help other healthcare providers improve the services they offer. The Trust's training programmes provide a range of learning and development opportunities to enhance the knowledge, skills and awareness of mental health practitioners in the assessment of clinical risk and the development of recovery focused mental health care.

There are exciting times ahead as the Trust's Medical School is set to open, a collaboration between two universities, inspiring the next generation of medical professionals. The NHS Trust is also at the forefront of partnership working - an integral part of the Sustainability and Transformation Partnership - looking at the way forward for sustainable health and social care.

Indulge your research passion with the Trust's enthusiastic team, who are involved in a whole host of national and home-grown studies with the potential to shape future healthcare.

Specialty Doctors who are ambitious to complete CESR and work towards becoming a consultant will also be supported in this role. Section 12 and AC will also be supported. 

ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR THIS ROLE?

EEA Candidates:

  • Experience of working in General Adult Psychiatry
  • Board Certified Specialist in General Adult Psychiatry

Non-EEA Candidates:

  • MRCPsych
  • Experience of working in General Adult Psychiatry

UK based applicants

  • Experience of working in General Adult Psychiatry
  • Within 12 months of completing CCT
84,559 - 114,003

An opportunity for a Consultant in General Adult Psychiatry to work for an established NHS Trust that provides brilliant care for their patients through their brilliant people. This NHS Trust has been rated "outstanding" for caring, and "good" overall by the CQC. The NHS Trust values their workforce and offers a range of ongoing benefits - from an active health and wellbeing programme to regular recognition events, and many more!

This is a great opportunity for overseas Consultants in General Adult Psychiatry who want to establish themselves in the NHS, and grow their consultant career. The post is suitable for candidates holding specialisation in the EEA, or for experienced IMGs looking to complete CESR.

Specialty Doctors who are ambitious to complete CESR and work towards becoming a consultant will also be supported in this role. 

WHAT IS THE TRUST LIKE? 

The NHS Trust provides mental health, learning disability and specialist services, serving 1.8 million people across the county. The Trust is rated Good overall by the CQC and Outstanding for care, and currently has 3,300 staff working across 33 locations, covering an area of 1,450 square miles. The NHS Trust is commissioned to provide secondary mental health services across their area, both in community and within inpatient settings.

The NHS Trust has a team of empathetic leaders inspiring their staff in an environment where everyone is valued and plays a vital role in providing an exemplary service. Across their communities and within inpatient settings, their workforce is enhanced and strengthened by peer support workers, a brigade of PAT dogs and their wonderful team of volunteers. The KMPT's aim is to deliver quality services through working in partnership, creating a dynamic system of care so people receive the right help at the right time in the right setting with the right outcome. 

Anyone would be lucky to be joining a friendly, passionate colleagues from 52 nations, rich in their diversity, talents and experience, who are committed to providing excellent care to the Trust's service users and their loved ones.

WHAT IS THE DEPARTMENT & TEAM LIKE? 

???The total population of the area is 100,000 with the 16-65 population of 61,000. There are two full time Consultants covering the Community Mental Health Team (this post being one of them). The Community Mental Health team comprises: (1) WTE Operational team managers, (1) WTE Service manager, (6) WTE CPNs, (6) WTE STR Workers, (1) WTE Non-medical prescriber, (4) WTE psychological therapists, and (5) WTE admin staff. There are currently no junior doctors within the team – however this can be developed with the appropriate supervision qualifications - there is a band (7) non medical prescriber.

The community mental health team accept referrals from varies agencies including General practitioners, IAPT services, secondary and tertiary agencies. The current caseload is approx. 650 with a referral rate of approximately 4-6 patients per day. Within the caseload there are currently 3 patients on a CTO and 6 patients who are on a conditionally discharged MoJ Section. Every patient has a lead healthcare professional and the post holder will provide advice/input as requested and attend the majority of CPA meetings. You will see between 15 and 20 patients a week.

The post holder will have access to dedicated admin with a ratio of 3:1, with consultants also having full access to a secretarial pool for all preparation of letters and reports etc. 

WHAT IS LIFE LIKE IN THE REGION?

The area is a family-friendly county with first class state and independent schools and affordable housing. The average house price in the area is £360,000, so you get a lot of brick (and green space) for your buck compared to neighbouring regions. Two areas have been voted to be the best places to live in the country with their vibrant high streets and incredible eateries. Another two of the areas that the Trust is in are now world-class uber cool art destinations. The area has the best collection of pubs, a heritage of brewing that is continuing with microbreweries, gin distilleries and vineyards offering gold medal refreshment.

In addition to the ones mentioned above, the area also has breathtaking castles, cathedrals and country houses bursting with history plus the mighty Bluewater shopping centre and a plethora of further choices for retail activities. There is a wealth of activities to keep little ones occupied and then you have the 350 miles of beaches, cliffs and coves; a coastline that is both stunning and stimulating, whatever the weather.

WHAT OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE TO YOU?

The NHS Trust believes that research and training has always led to better treatments and services to help people experiencing mental ill health. The Trust is a market leader, renowned for their ground-breaking research and the bespoke training programmes that they offer to help other healthcare providers improve the services they offer. The Trust's training programmes provide a range of learning and development opportunities to enhance the knowledge, skills and awareness of mental health practitioners in the assessment of clinical risk and the development of recovery focused mental health care.

There are exciting times ahead as the Trust's Medical School is set to open, a collaboration between two universities, inspiring the next generation of medical professionals. The NHS Trust is also at the forefront of partnership working - an integral part of the Sustainability and Transformation Partnership - looking at the way forward for sustainable health and social care.

Indulge your research passion with the Trust's enthusiastic team, who are involved in a whole host of national and home-grown studies with the potential to shape future healthcare.

ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR THIS ROLE?
EEA Candidates:

  • Experience of working in General Adult Psychiatry
  • Board Certified Specialist in General Adult Psychiatry

Non-EEA Candidates:

  • MRCPsych
  • Experience of working in General Adult Psychiatry

UK based applicants

  • Experience of working in General Adult Psychiatry 
  • Within 12 months of completing CCT

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