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I'm an F1 considering joining the mass exodus abroad, but not to Aus/NZ, but to South Africa, just after F2 for 1 year. I see this as an opportunity to broaden my clinical experience in a different setting, with different patients/illnesses/health beliefs.
I'm weighing up whether this is the right time (i expect to continue to be fairly indecided about my career aspirations, and relish being in the 'lost tribe' of shos of the past; natural break between f2 and st1 with no deanery approval needed; no mortgages/children keeping me here) or the wrong time (issues with re-entry back into MMC, with the 'safer' option of going between st1 and st2 as oop; my relative inexperience putting patients at risk in a less supervised setting)
Does anyone have any thoughts/experiences?