The recent spate of junior doctor suicides in Australia has made world headlines. Shocking in their own right as stories of human tragedy, they also strike a particular chord for those of us who have had to endure gruelling medical internships.
State-backed indemnity scheme to cover 'all GPs for all NHS work' https://t.co/9f7E30I3Vr
Aussie Doctors fight training takeover https://t.co/S3NX2YB6hL
Beginner medical students rate general practice as third most popular specialty in NZ https://t.co/g9ORM7Tbkv
Surgeons are twice as likely to have claims made against them than physicians says Medical Board of Australia https://t.co/bJds1riuH4
NHS GP in crisis “40 per cent of GPs plan to quit in the next five years” https://t.co/81fNZLekkt
Survey - Significant shortfall of senior doctors in New Zealand https://t.co/1RTT2kmOpd
The Love Mercy Foundation was born with their simple mission to help rebuild communities disrupted by the civil war by empowering women through access to education, health care, and income generation programmes.
Finding a job is only half the story. Truth is, you can’t work as a doctor in Australia unless you’re fully registered, appropriately indemnified and have billing rights. And you can’t even set foot in the country until you have the right work visa.
The Australian government recently announced it will replace the current subclass 457 visa with a new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa from March 2018. Ask Wavelength's in-house migration team for advice.
It is unfortunate the word ‘locum’ is often synonymous with the pursuit of fast money. The hourly or per diem rate can look attractive at face value, but in truth, ask a locum why they locum and you’ll often hear a range of reasons before money is even mentioned.
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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