Table 2

Specialty, stage of training and LETB for respondents from UK

Which specialty do you intend to pursue?What is your stage of training?In which LETB/deanery do you work?
Cardiothoracic surgery: 32 (3.8%)
General surgery: 296 (34.9%)
Neurosurgery: 28 (3.3%)
Oral and maxillofacial: 19 (2.2%)
Otolaryngology: 75 (8.8%)
Paediatric surgery: 29 (3.4%)
Plastic surgery: 66 (7.8%)
Trauma and orthopaedics: 172 (20.3%)
Vascular surgery: 59 (5.4%)
Urology: 59 (7.0%)
Other/Unsure: 26 (3.1%)
Foundation year 1: 12 (1.4%)
Foundation year 2: 63 (7.4%)
ST1/CT1/SHO1: 148 (17.5%)
ST2/CT2/SHO2: 96 (11.3%)
CT3/SHO3: 10 (1.2%)
ST3/SPR1: 78 (9.2%)
ST4/SPR2: 59 (7.0%)
ST5/SPR3: 77 (9.1%)
ST6/SPR4: 59 (7.0%)
ST7/SPR5: 60 (7.1%)
ST8/SPR6: 67 (7.9%)
Post-CCT: 17 (2.0%)
Clinical fellow: 35 (4.1%)
Research post: 53 (6.3%)
Other: 14 (1.7%)
Scotland: 70 (8.3%)
Northern Ireland: 49 (5.8%)
Wales: 51 (6.0%)
North East: 42 (5.0%)
North West: 80 (9.4%)
Yorkshire and Humber: 55 (6.5%
East Midlands: 51 (6.0%)
West Midlands: 70 (8.3%)
East of England: 61 (7.2%)
Thames Valley: 41 (4.8%)
Kent, Surrey and Sussex: 41 (4.8%)
Wessex: 41 (4.8%)
South West: 61 (7.2%)
North East and Central London: 43 (5.1%)
North West London: 44 (5.2%)
South London: 46 (5.4%)
  • CCT, Certificate of Completion of Training; CT, core‚ÄČtraining; LETB, Local Education Training Board; SHO, senior house officer; SPR, specialist‚ÄČregistrar; ST, specialist‚ÄČtraining.