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Radiology Interviews started in 2012, arising from the need to offer a high quality radiology specific interview course.  Since the first year we have seen our popularity explode, nearly entirely due to word of mouth and recommendation from previous course delegates. Year on year we have increased the number of spaces and we still sell-out before the course dates.   Every year we ask our delegates if they'd recommend our course to colleagues and so far we've maintained a 100% recommendation rate - a fact we are incredibly proud of.  We work extremely hard to re-write our course material annually to ensure we are up to date with the latest information.  Part of this 're-writing' includes incorporating the feedback from between 50-100 delegates every year who send us detailed information about their experiences.  This gives us the ability to guide you and give you the edge you need to get you the job you want and where you want it. 

What makes us unique is our ability to provide realistic advice based on our experiences as trainees having been through this current style of interview process which is consolidated with 100's other candidates experiences over the past five years. 

Sam Dumonteil - Course Organiser

After a degree in physics at Oxford, Sam worked as a commodities trader for several years. He graduated from St. George's University Medical School with a distinction in clinical sciences in 2010. During his FY1 year he worked for 3 months in the Radiology Department at Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS trust, during which time he won first prize for his UK Radiology Conference audit submission on bone scintigraphy in prostate cancer patients. He completed his training at St. George's Hospital, London. He is currently a Consultant Breast and MSK Radiologist at St. George’s Hospital. 

Jaymin Patel - Course Organiser

Jaymin graduated from Imperial College London in 2010 with several prizes, distinctions and merit awards. His dissertation on MR spectroscopy in liver samples for his BSc expanded his interest in radiological techniques and he entered clinical radiology training straight after FY2. He has had major involvement in both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes. He was a Clinical Education Fellow at Imperial College London and the Lee Kong Chian Medical School in Singapore and developed the Gastroenterology & Hepatology curriculum as well as the Radiology Curriculum for their medical students. Having applied for Radiology in 2012 he experienced the new style of applications and interview. After completing his training at St George's Hospital, he underwent a post-CCT clinical fellow at St. Mark's Hospital, London.  He currently works as a Consultant GI/HPB Radiologist at St. George's Hospital. 

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