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Category: Medical Career

Mothers Day Locum Physicians Wavelength

Celebrating Mums, medicine and locum work

With Mother’s Day around the corner, read about two doctors, and mothers, to see how they manage parenting with a thriving locum medical career.

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Managing GP clinics during COVID19 WavelengthMedicalRecruitment

Managing a GP clinic during COVID-19

The day-to-day reality for General Practice owners and managers is changing. We spoke with two GPs about their tips for navigating this pandemic.

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Junior doctors and mental health WavelengthMedicalRecruitment

Why Junior Doctors are struggling at work and what we can do about it

Many junior doctors feel pressure at work and with the COVID-19 pandemic doctors are feeling overworked. We discuss this & ways to protect your wellbeing.

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Devices technology for patients WavelengthMedicalRecruitment

What devices could help patients this year?

What devices could help improve your wellbeing? Read our review of useful devices and health technology to consider in 2020.

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ACEM EDteam Wavelength

What changes would you like to see in ED?

To get a better picture of what doctors want in Emergency Departments, at the ACEM ASM we asked doctors what changes they would like to see in the ED.

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Keep your New Years resolutions - our 5 tips

Looking for ideas for your 2020 New Years resolutions? We share some of our doctor’s hobbies and tips to help you achieve your goals.

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Your Top 7 Locum Questions Answered

We reveal answers to the top 7 most frequently asked locum questions from locum Doctors in Australia. Find out if locum work could be for you.

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GenMed to Pharma WavelengthMedicalRecruitment

From General Medicine to a career in pharma

Read about one doctor’s journey from General Medicine to a career in the pharmaceutical industry in our latest blog interview.

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Cardiac Arrest Dr Paul Middleton Wavelength Medical Reruitment

How can we help improve the cardiac arrest survival rate in Australia?

In Australia, around 30,000 people suffer from a sudden cardiac arrest each year, and only 9-10% survive. We all have a part to play in increasing this alarmingly low survival rate. Read our interview with Associate Professor Paul Middleton, Senior Emergency Medicine Specialist, to find out how.

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Radiology and Technology WavelengthMedicalRecruitment

How will technology impact the future of Radiology?

Find out how Frank Gaillard's Radiopaedia.org is changing the way medicine is taught and his views on how technology is changing the medical landscape.

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