Gain a competitive edge over your peers during interviews with high-quality publications.
Work under the guidance & mentorship of an experience research guide.
Save time & money
Don't waste your time & money trying to learn from mistakes, let our experts guide you.
Handling large data
Get help gathering and interpreting the relevant input data and managing large data tables.
We handle all the nitty gritty of getting you published in leading medical journals.
We help you identify ideal research paper topics that will pique your interest and get you noticed.
Say no to plagiarism
We do the proof-reading, editing, referencing and plagiarism check for you.
Regular progress check
The research guide will do regular progress checks to see your status and help you course-correct.
Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought
Why is portfolio building important?
Indian medical graduates usually focus all their attention on clearing the PLAB exams, they don’t think on the steps beyond that. By the time they reach the job interview stage, it’s already too late to start working on your portfolio. We noticed this happening far too many times.
We launched this portfolio building program to help Indian medical graduates have well-rounded portfolios by the time they’re ready for the interviews, this means they’re simultaneously working on writing & publishing high-quality research papers without wasting additional time on it.
A good portfolio will help set you apart and make your resume/CV shine during the crucial job interview stage. It’ll show the interview panel that you’ve done something additional and not just cleared medical school and the PLAB tests.
Frequently asked questions
Why do I need to build my portfolio?
Every year, the UK NHS receives a ton of applications for open job positions and choosing between candidates becomes difficult.
An applicant who has a better portfolio is naturally looked upon favourably, thus directly impacting your chances of getting a job.
Portfolio includes things such as research paper publications and additional accredited qualifications among other things.
How long will this take?
Good results take time. A high quality research paper that’s ready for publication in medical journals can take months, depending on the topic chosen and the level of detail and analysis carried out.
Keep in mind that it’s not sufficient to create a report, it needs to be published and that means meeting certain standards.
What's my role in all this?
To build a publish-ready research paper, you need to feed it with good inputs.
Your research guide will teach you how to get accurate, actionable inputs to help build your paper.
The better the input, the better the output.
I don't know what to base my research on?
That’s not a problem, a lot of the doctors who come to us face the same issue.
The research guide assigned to you will work with you and help you shortlist the ideal research topic based on your interests and your goals.
How will my research guide help?
Your research guide will be your mentor throughout these stages and will help you choose the right topic, help you gather inputs, analyse them and help present them in the best possible manner.
Researchers learn from mistakes, you can learn from experts and save time, money and effort that you can use elsewhere.
Will you also help me get published?
Yes, we do. Once we’re done creating an amazing publish-ready research paper, we engage some of the leading medical journals and help you get published.
Your research guide will help you navigate this step, so you’re always aware of what’s happening.
Can't I do this on my own?
Yes, technically you can do this on your own, but that doesn’t mean you’ll be able to create high quality research reports and get them published in medical journals.
The process can be quite tricky and without the right guidance, you’ll probably end up wasting a lot of your time.
What's the best time to get started?
The sooner the better. If you’re currently in your final year, or are pursuing your internship, it’s the best time to start.
The inputs required are best gathered while you’re currently in a medical institution.
Will my research paper be copied from somewhere else?
Absolutely not! We’re firmly against plagiarism. Our team will go through every section of the finished report to ensure it meets the high quality standards of medical journals.
We’ll proof-read, edit and mention references where needed to make it more polished.
How much time would I need to commit?
This depends entirely on your topic and your one-to-one discussions with your research guide, but usually it’s a couple of hours every week.
The time you need to invest also varies on the stage of the research writing & publication process you’re currently in.
Once your paper is almost ready and you’re simply polishing it, you’ll need to spend a few additional hours with your research guide.
Discussion with your guide
You submit certain preliminary information about yourself and any topics/fields that you’re generally interested in and have a one-on-one discussion with your research guide.
Topic selection & clearance
Your guide will help you finalize the research topic and guide you on getting the necessary ethical committee clearances*.
Data collection & analysis
Your guide will help you understand the kind of data to collect and how to put that data through various analytical tools to get clean, unbiased output.
Create a high-quality paper that’s ready for peer reviews. Make edits based on the journal’s recommendation and present it for publication.