Have you ever considered becoming a Physician Associate?
Opportunities to train as a physician associate are growing. Training places at the 18 universities across the UK will increase by 200% in 2016/17.
Physician associates support doctors in the diagnosis and management of patients. They work in many settings including GP surgeries and hospitals, but wherever they work, they have direct contact with patients.
Find out more about the physician associate role by looking at:
- role information including entry requirements and training
- an infographic with key facts and figures
- real-life stories
a short video to give you a taste of what the role involves.
If you are interested in taking a medical sciences degree then this could be an interesting career path for you to consider.