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How did Wavelength adapt in 2020?
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Reflecting on how Wavelength supported doctors and clients during the unexpected year of 2020. We placed 2,165 and 68 permanent doctors.
Instead of gifts to our doctors and healthcare clients this Christmas, we chose to give back by making a $3,000 donation to the Black Dog Institute.
This Daffodil day, we put the spotlight on one Medical Oncologist who spoke with us about why she chose Oncology and her experiences as a locum doctor.
Read our interview with the Wavelength scholarship recipient at UNSW Medical school — an inspirational medical student who has a big vision for the future.
In lieu of Christmas gifts, we are donating to Love Mercy Foundation, Medicins Sans Frontieres and The Fred Hollows Foundation. Read on about the impact.
Find out how the Cancer Council is helping to provide support to Cancer Patients by promoting the 13 11 20 helpline. Read more today!
Our UNSW Wavelength International Elective Scholarship winner for 2018 shares her experience as a medical student working in Bourke.
Read how our Christmas donations are helping cancer patients, plus delivering babies in Uganda and also helping young people struggling with mental health.
Our 2017 Wavelength UNSW Medical School scholarship recipients share the impact and opportunities the scholarships have provided for them.
Read our blog about how one Wavelength recruitment consultant tackled the Larapinta Trail to raise valuable funds for cancer care.