The foundation programme is a two-year generic training programme which forms the bridge between medical school and specialist/general practice training.
Foundation Year 1 (F1) enables medical graduates to begin to take supervised responsibility for patient care and consolidate the skills that they have learned at medical school.
Foundation Year 2 (F2) doctors remain under clinical supervision but take on increasing responsibility for patient care. In particular they begin to make management decisions as part of their progress towards independent practice.
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