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Recent Reviews
College tutors/obstetric consultants are great and go over and above for trainees. That aside there is a definite culture of systemic bullying - it’s evident mostly in theatres, and a horrible attitude of “well that’s n...
Glasgow Royal Infirmary
Meh. I won't say I hate it, but I certainly didn't love it. Lots of trauma patients (they are very proud of their status as a big MTC), which actually becomes pretty repetitive. A lot of egos, both in ITU and other speci...
Queen's Medical Centre
Intensive Care Medicine
Done a couple of locums here. Wider support is excellent - medical staffing sort you out a locum pack with stamp, map, logins etc. There are a few SHOs known to show up late (if ever) leaving the brunt of the work to eve...
Warwick Hospital
Geriatric Medicine
I would largely like to echo what the other reviews have already touched on and give my own two cents. The vast majority of the consultants at GRI are fantastic - easy to get on with, approachable and enthusiastic to te...
Glasgow Royal Infirmary
Marmite? That’s not marmite, marmite is a normal thing, intensely liked / disliked by people, as per their taste. That was systematic bullying and undermining that was normalised so much that even consultants that had be...
Glasgow Royal Infirmary

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