Working with specialist physicians in Australia since 2008 I have coached hundreds of doctors through their next career move. For senior doctors a new job is 9 times out of 10 life-changing, sometimes involving relocation of the whole family.
Fake NZ psychiatrist seeks to change plea https://t.co/0UPDxIw0e7
RT @JillBidenVeep: Staring contest between two giant orange balls of hot gas. https://t.co/cewuHR5bJN
New study: only two-thirds of trainee GPs plan to work in NHS general practice https://t.co/34jO4ruuEb
An extra 500 medical school places in England have been confirmed for next year by the UK government https://t.co/gXzYYIiAAR
Ireland: Derry's Western Trust refusing to pay locum doctors high rates to reduce spending on locums… https://t.co/I61PCoIlzu
Everyone loves the Oscars, the Emmys and the Arias. We love the human drama and, because they are for celebrities, we all take a keen interest. However, most industries like to celebrate their best and brightest in some fashion. And for good reason - awards not only allow an industry ...
I couldn’t agree more with Richard Murray, Dean of Medicine at James Cook University. There is no shortage of doctors in Australia and never has been - the problem is one of mal-distribution. The numbers speak for themselves - 3.3 doctors per 1000 head of population in Australia ...
There are few professionals more prone to mobility than doctors. Once released from the relatively constrained environment of medical school doctors tend to embark on a peripatetic journey, moving from one location to another for many years before settling down.
LinkedIn recently came clean about its intention to be a prime player in the recruitment space and many are now adjusting to the fact that their LinkedIn profile is a defacto resume for all to see. Facebook is widely rumoured to be muscling in on this space soon.
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About the author
Dr. John Bethell graduated from Aberdeen Medical School in 1990 and worked as a doctor in both the UK and Australia, launching Wavelength with co-founder Claire Ponsford in 1999. As a pioneer and market leader of medical recruitment in Australia Dr. Bethell has seen the industry grow and mature. After two decades of helping doctors find work and employers find doctors, he sees the medical workforce world through a unique perspective.
- → Anaesthetists
- → Australian health workforce
- → British GPs
- → Emergency physicians
- → General practitioners
- → Healthcare Partners
- → Junior Doctors
- → Living and working in Australia
- → Living and working in New Zealand
- → Living and working overseas
- → Locum doctors
- → Medical career development
- → Medical practitioners
- → Psychiatry
- → Radiologists
- → Recruitment
- → Regulatory & Migration
- → Rural medicine
- → Specialist Physicians
- → Surgeons