What does SHO mean in British Medicine?

This page is about the meanings of the acronym/abbreviation/shorthand SHO in the Medical field in general and in the British Medicine terminology in particular.

A junior doctor in the pre Modernising Medical Careers era (pre-2007) of training in the UK, in the 2nd post-graduate year–i.e., immediately after the PRHO–pre-registration house officer year, which is now designated Foundation Year 1–FY1. SHOs are now called FY-2. Some SHO posts still exist and are taken as a prelude to certain specialities–e.g., surgery, but are no longer a standard year in training schemes for junior doctors in the UK.

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Showtime (a cable television channel).

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