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Question: How many years of extra education did you have to go through?
Asked by 436menb53 to Neel - Psychiatrist on 9 Feb 2019.
answered on 9 Feb 2019:
You have to go through 5 years of medical school followed by 2 years of foundation training. To be a psychiatrist you have another at least 6 years of training before you become a consultant.
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