Pakistani Protector Stamp

What is a protector stamp? It is mandatory for every Pakistani (with a valid abroad work visa) to get their Passport stamped from Protectorate of Emigrants in order to leave Pakistan. Whilst Pakistani’s travelling abroad for a holiday are exempt from this, it is extremely important to understand that for those relocating to another country Read more about Pakistani Protector Stamp[…]


The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta – In Pictures

This weekend marked the 40th anniversary of the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta – Europe’s largest annual meeting of hot air balloons. As Bristol is the BDI Resourcing team’s home we wanted to share with you some photographs of this weekend’s Fiesta and some details about one of the many reasons of why Bristol is so Read more about The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta – In Pictures[…]


Surgery Training Pathway

As your career progresses from a medical school student through to a Surgeon, you will go through a number of different stages that will all have a competitive entry. In today’s post we outline the ways in which you can enter and follow a surgical career specifically mentioning the: The training pathway Career grades —————————————————————————————- Read more about Surgery Training Pathway[…]

Relocation Myth Busters

We often see international doctors believe false statements regarding the process of relocating to the UK and working within the NHS. These statements can be detrimental to your journey to the UK – and so we have started a new Relocation Myth Buster series. Each week we will be sharing all the incorrect statements about Read more about Relocation Myth Busters[…]

Things you should know before moving to London…

Things you should know before moving to London… Moving to another country is a big move and moving to London is an even bigger move. You might have found your first job within the NHS or you are the spouse of a doctor who is relocating – this guide aims to provide you with all Read more about Things you should know before moving to London…[…]

Energy Levels

NHS Training Jobs | August Rotations | Everything you need to know

Every August an average of over 50,000 medical students across the UK move into new positions in new specialities and often new hospitals. This is known as the August rotation period. When do rotations start? Newly qualified doctors will start their posts in NHS hospitals on the first Wednesday in August. What is the purpose Read more about NHS Training Jobs | August Rotations | Everything you need to know[…]

What is a Resident Medical Officer?

Resident Medical Officer What is a Resident Medical Officer? In some countries, a Resident Medical Officer (RMO) is a junior doctor who is their training. However, in the UK, an RMO is a resident doctor working in a private hospital. In the UK, there are over 250 private hospitals and the RMO’s play an important Read more about What is a Resident Medical Officer?[…]


Doctors and Social Media

Doctors and Social Media | BDI Resourcing Today, 2.77 billion people use social media and this number increases month-to-month. An active social media presence is starting to become mandatory across many different industries, as more leaders realise its potential for improving services and attracting new clients. This also goes for the healthcare industry, which is Read more about Doctors and Social Media[…]

What induction support will I get from the NHS?

Will I receive any support from the hospital when I start my new job? | BDI Resourcing The first few months of moving to another country and starting a new job in a system you are unfamiliar with can be extremely overwhelming. However, by speaking to the right people and asking the right questions, your Read more about What induction support will I get from the NHS?[…]

Postgraduate Qualification – Do I need one?

Obtaining a Master’s in medicine or healthcare has many advantages for both your medical career and your personal and personal achievements. There is a wide range of specialisms within medical which can be surgical, clinical or related to a specific area of illness or disease. If there is a specific topic you are interested in, Read more about Postgraduate Qualification – Do I need one?[…]

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