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What is a rotation?

Rotations are completed during the second half of your training to become a doctor, when you are a resident medical officer (RMO) employed by a hospital.

You can think of rotations as mini ‘internships’ in various medical specialties within a training hospital. They provide valuable knowledge, can fulfil the prerequisite training needed to apply for specialty training, and can even be used as a ‘trial run’ to check out which specialty best suits your individual needs.

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