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About sukky

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  1. Congrats to Toby and Afterlife, I am happy for you guys.
  2. Lol, you will have to google for the answer.
  3. You can start the verification process but you will need MCEE before you can sit for the fellowship exam. You can visit the college website for the requirement for eligibility. HST is not a must.
  4. You need MCEE before writing fellowship , you only need QE1&2 to get full licence.
  5. Your analysis is right on! With regards to QE1&2 most provinces will want you to pass this before you get your full/independent/unrestricted licence. That was a super quick response! Thanks Sukiyaki. At what stage will you recommend writing the MCQE? Thats like 5 different exam papers in all ! That should be at your own pace, I wrote QE1 before moving to Canada and I did my fellowship within few months of practice over here. At the end of the day, it all depends on your stamina. You can do it within a year or over 3yrs. The choice yours.
  6. Your analysis is right on! With regards to QE1&2 most provinces will want you to pass this before you get your full/independent/unrestricted licence.
  7. Hi Josh, All undergraduates and postgraduates certificates and training documents needs to be verified. Hope this helps. Sukiyaki.
  8. If you have postgraduate training in UK and has MRCPsych, you may not need it except some province like BC
  9. To the best of my knowledge, only BC is making it mandatory for licensure.
  10. To sit for the college exams, you don't need IELTS but some provincial colleges requires a valid one before registration.
  11. Hi Pooja, Currently, there are only 2 courses available here in the Canada for the college exams. 1, London Ontario course and 2,Ottawa course. http://www.psychiatry.meduwo.ca/dir/content/2013-london-psychiatry-review-course-0 http://uocal.uottawa.ca/en/node/4278 The courses are held just once a year around end of Jan/ early Feb. London is more clinical oriented why Ottawa is more theory base.
  12. That is a straight forward answer. Medicine is like many other profession that experience matters. UK consultant experience not only gives you and advantage in getting a job but also help you in settling down to your job .Psychiatry is the same all over the world.
  13. Happy holidays to you all!!!!