Are you sweating over medical journals, cases to review, and population statistics while you stress about whether you’ll pass your all-important PESCI and finally start working in Australian medicine?
The decision to take your career to another city can be daunting. Now imagine picking up your whole life, career and all, and taking it all overseas. That requires some immense planning and commitment. Research is a critical part of planning any endeavour. There is so much you need to know that you might not even know what it is that you need to know. Never fear: we are here to help. Take a look at our top 5 tips for taking your medical career Down Under!
Today, we’re going to be talking about Good medical practice: a code of conduct for doctors in Australia and the guidelines on providing end-of-life care discussed at section 4.13 of the Working with Patients part.
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As the title of this blog emphatically suggests, research is the answer! As a former University of Sydney academic and cancer research scientist, I devoted the last five years of my career teaching medical science to undergraduate students in tutorial and laboratory classes. I frequently liaised with some of the country’s leading clinicians and asked them what skill they believed the new generation of doctors would need to be competitive for future specialty fields.