The Medical Training Initiative – a personal perspective.

The Medical Training Initiative enables overseas graduates to come to the UK for experience in intensive care. In small and large units with posts and training capacity the scheme can be mutually beneficial. Dr David Odaba, currently working at the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle, gives us his view on the application process and the benefit of the experience he gained. – Jeremy Groves

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What is the Medical Training Initiative?

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by Jon Sturman,

Clinical Director of Critical Care, North Cumbria.

MTI stands for Medical Training Initiative and is one way of allowing overseas doctors access to training in the UK. Applicants should have at least 3 years’ postgraduate clinical training and possess a postgraduate medical qualification – see MTI sections in the RCOA and RCP websites for more information on this. Application is facilitated by the Colleges to help with GMC registration and hospital trusts’ sponsorship on a tier 5 (2 year) visa.

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