Yes, you can apply for core training in psychiatry. You will need to maintain a portfolio of evidence of your practice/competencies and pass the MRSA exam. Taking a non-training junior doctor post in the UK as a first job will help in getting the above. There are a lot of blog posts explaining the process, please search google.
MRCPsych UK contains free resources to help you with MRCPsych Paper A, B and CASC Exam Preparation.
Wednesday, 6 January 2021
Is it possible to enter a psychiatric residency in the UK having no specialty experience in your country?
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