British doctors interrupt training to head Down Under
More than half of junior doctors in the UK report interrupting their training to work overseas, a survey by the British Medical Association shows.
And Australia is the most popular destination for a non-training service post while they decide what specialty to follow.
Most returned doctors in the survey say interrupting their clinical training was a positive move, with more than eight in 10 reporting that taking a break supported their decision on choice of specialty.
The survey found that general practice was not a