Real life advice
We're putting together some real life advice from our medical specialists.
Coming soon will be video interviews with an O&G specialist, an O&G trainee, older persons psychiatrist, orthopaedic surgeon, general practitioner and a haematologist. Further specialists will be featured progressively.
And, some "wise words" will be a new feature in the second half of 2016.
In the meantime why not read the stories of some of our doctors which fall into the category "life after med school" below:
- The patient Doctor
- Diversity in medical practice
- Territory to Territory
- Life is a rollercoaster
- Work/life balance
- City to country
- Canberra calling
- The boy from Oz
- Serving your country with medicine
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