PLABverse is intended as a practice aid for licensed medical professionals who are preparing to sit for the PLAB Part 1 examination. PLABverse does not advocate or endorse the use of any drug or therapy contained within this website nor does it diagnose or recommend diagnoses for patients. The contents of this website is purely hypothetical and is catered only to aid preparation for the PLAB Part 1 examination. As a medical professional, you retain full responsibility for the care and treatment of your patients in practice and you should use your own clinical judgement and expertise.


The contents on this website is not intended to cover all possible diagnosis methods, treatments, follow up, medications and any contraindications, cautions or side effects. In addition, since such standards and practices in medicine change as new information becomes available, you should consult a variety of reliable sources and use your own clinical judgement.


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The Professional and Linguistic Assessments Board (PLAB) test provides the main route for International Medical Graduates (IMGs) to demonstrate that they have the necessary skills and knowledge to practise medicine in the United Kingdom (UK). PLAB is a two part assessment that overseas doctors (or international medical graduates), from outside the European Economic Area and Switzerland, usually need to pass before they can legally practise medicine in the UK. It is conducted by the General Medical Council of the United Kingdom. The test is designed to assess the depth of knowledge and level of medical and communication skills possessed by the international medical graduates. The PLAB blueprint sets out what candidates are expected to demonstrate in the test and beyond.

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